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Being a globally reckoned firm, we are engaged in manufacturing, supplying and exporting Atenolol Tablets. These tablets are widely used for controlling angina, hypertensions and for managing acute myocardial infraction. Offered tablets can also be used for managing thyroid storm. These Atenolol Tablets are processed nicely by our expert professionals, as per the set norms of medical industry. Offered tablets are nicely packed in qualitative packing for ensuring longer shelf life and convenient transit.
Atenolol tablets are known to treat chest pain and high blood pressure, which are caused by angina. The medicine is also used to lessen the death risks that occur after a heart attack. It may also be utilized for other conditions as determined by your doctor. The tablet is best known as beta-blocker, it lessens the act of certain chemicals on the blood vessels and heart. This slows the heart beats with little force as well as also widens the blood vessels. These actions assist in reducing the blood pressure and decrease the chest pain grounded by angina.
Before using Atenolol tablets:
Consult your health care provider if you have following conditions:
If you are pregnant or going to be one, if you are breast-feeding
If you take any herbal formulation, prescription or nonprescription medicine or dietetic supplement.
If you have allergic reaction to foods, medicines or other substances.
If you have a severe allergic reaction
If you have breathing problems (eg, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease [COPD], chronic bronchitis, emphysema), heart problems (eg, conduction problems, heart failure, left ventricle problems), blood vessel difficulties, diabetes, kidney disorders, an overactive thyroid or an adrenal gland tumor.
Some common reported side effects of Atenolol include: cardiac failure, cardiac arrhythmia, cold extremities, dizziness, fatigue. Go through the below list for a comprehensive list of harmful effects.
You should immediately contact with your doctor if any of these side effects fall out after taking atenolol:
Cold hands and feet
Difficulty in breathing
Dizziness, weakness, or lightheartedness after getting up from a sitting or lying position.
Shortness of breath
Stringency in chest
Out-of-the-way tiredness or weakness
Chest pain or soreness
Dizziness or lightheartedness
Slow or improper heartbeat
Sudden deficiency of breath or troubled breathing
Bloody excretion or urine
Reduced frequency or amount of urine
Increased blood pressure
Loss of appetite
Lower back or side pain
Swelling of fingers, face or lower legs
If any of the following indications of overdose fall out after taking atenolol, get an emergency assistance immediately:
Symptoms of overdose:
Cold and pale skin
Dilated neck veins
Unusual dullness, tiredness, weakness, drowsiness, or feeling of torpidity.
Some minor side effects of Atenolol tablets are mentioned below:
Lack of appetite
Loss of curiosity or pleasure
Trouble in concentration
Trouble in sleeping
Feeling of continual movement of self or surrounds.
Sensation of spinning
Incidence not observed
Reduced interest in sexual intercourse
Inability to have or keep an erection
Loss of hair, temporary
You are sensitized to any ingredient of atenolol tablets
You have slow heartbeats, heart blocks, errant heart failure, shock reasoned by grave heart problems, or reduced blood pressure after a heart attack
An untreated adrenal gland growth (pheochromocytoma)
You are taking mibefradil
Inform your doctor if any of these apply to you.
Increased risk of intense angina aggravation, ventricular arrhythmia and myocardial infarction was observed, when the therapy was suddenly discontinued in patients with angina and coronary artery disease.
Do not stop taking atenolol tablets, suddenly. Acute chest pain, improper heartbeat, and heart attacks may occur if in such cases. The endangerment may be greater if you have definite types of heart disease.
Several medicines may interact with atenolol tablets. Contact your health care provider if you are using any of the following medicines.
Clonidine because the endangerment of intense high blood pressure that it can increase.
Mefloquine because the risk of improper heartbeat may be enhanced.
Amiodarone, calcium channel blockers (eg, diltiazem, verapamil), digoxin, disopyramide, flecainide, ketanserin, mibefradil, catecholamine-depleting medicines (eg, reserpine), or quinidine because they may enhance the risk of atenolol tablets's side effects.
Indomethacin because these may decrease atenolol tablets's power and effectiveness.
Bupivacaine, quinazolines or lidocaine, or (eg, alfuzosin) because of the endangerment of their side effects may be augmented by atenolol tablets.
This may not be an absolute list of all interactions, which may happen. So, ask your health care provider before the usage of the medicine.