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Re: Help with Methylphenidate induced tachycardia,

Posted by Babak on July 29, 2015, at 3:38:16

In reply to Re: Help with Methylphenidate induced tachycardia,, posted by linkadge on July 28, 2015, at 16:59:03

> Also, some beta blockers are more "cardioselective" meaning they block adrenaline in the periphery but less so in the brain.

Thank you for your help. I have elaborated on this in my earlier response to SLS.

While we are on the subject;
1) does anyone know which of the two Bisoprolol and Atenolol are more suitable in terms of crossing the blood brain barrier?
2) What are the differences between the two?

I have read the Atenolol must not be prescribed in case stimulant overdose because its lack of affect on alpha androgenic receptors, not that I would consider overdosing on Concerta but then overdosing is relative, isn't it?




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