List Of Medications Containing Calcium Or Beta Blockers

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coosome Says:

need list for lexiscan stress test which stresses no calcium or beta-blockers prior to test.

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Jenna Says:


Here are a few drugs that contain calcium in addition to other ingredients:

B-Nexa (calcium/folic acid/ginger/pyridoxine systemic)
Caltrate 600+D
Citracal + D
Os-Cal 500 + D
Oyster Shell Calcium with Vitamin D

Here are a few drugs that are in the class "beta blockers":


I hope this helps!

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Frances Says:

can you tell me which of the Beta Blockers has the best reputation for having the least side effects

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Brandi Says:
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does propanalol,hctz, estradiol ,klonooin suboxone or neurotin contain calcium

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