American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for the drug propranolol.
- n. the first beta blocker (trade name Inderal) used in treating hypertension and angina pectoris and essential tremor
“Beta blockers such as Inderal (propranolol) and Toprol (metroprolol), which treat angina, hypertension and related conditions, are another example.”
“These include two beta-blockers that are also used to treat high blood pressure — propranolol (Inderal and generic) and timolol — and two anticonvulsant drugs, topiramate (Topamax and generic) and valproic acid (Depakote and generic).”
“I took note not to confuse my Celexa with Celebrex or my Indocin with Inderal, especially since only one of those was a suppository.”
“Inderal propranolol for heart disease, hypertension”
“These include two beta-blockers that are also used to treat high blood pressure—propranolol (Inderal and generic) and timolol—and two anticonvulsant drugs, topiramate (Topamax and generic) and valproic acid (Depakote and generic).”
“And Serpasil and Largostil and Stelazine and Resteclin and Librax and Clonidine and Fiorinal and Inderal and Inocid and Aristocort cream and Neocortef and Zyloprim and Butazolidin and Bactra and Septra and phenylbutazone and methyldopa and allopurinol and hydrochlorothiazide.”
“The blood pressure and heart drug propranolol Inderal impairs sperm motility.”
“Coenzyme Q10 is lowered by common drugs including the cholesterol-lowering statins (Lipitor, Zocor, Pravacohl), beta-blockers (Toprol, Inderal), and antidiabetic drugs (the oral hypoglycemic drugs like Glucotrol and Micronase).”
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