TeachMeFinance.com - explain Beta Blocker
Beta Blocker The term 'Beta Blocker' as it applies to the area of hospitals can be defined as 'A type of drug that is used to lower blood pressure, treat chest pain (angina) and heart failure, and to help prevent a heart attack. Beta blockers relieve the stress on the heart by slowing the heart rate and reducing the force with which the heart muscles contract to pump blood. They also help keep blood vessels from constricting in the heart, brain, and body'.
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