Many years of atrial fibrillation, slightly high blood pressure, taking Betaloc, would like to ask from this report, what further treatment measures need to be taken, or what should be paid attention to, thank you
If you have atrial fibrillation for many years, it is recommended to actively give beta receptor blocker metoprolol tartrate tablets or bisoprolol fumarate tablets. At present, if there is suspected pulmonary hypertension, bosentan tablets or sildenafil tablets can be used to reduce the pulmonary artery pressure, and the cause can be relieved to inhibit the further expansion of atrium. If there are symptoms of hypoxia, low flow continuous oxygen inhalation is required
If you are diagnosed with hypertension, you should take drugs to reduce blood pressure, amlodipine tablets, can't eat greasy things, and can eat more fruits and vegetables. Pay attention to three meals a day. Don't overeat, and you can eat less and more meals. If there is arrhythmia, you can generally eat Betaloc.
In your case, long-term atrial fibrillation has now affected the size of the heart structure, resulting in the enlargement of the left atrium. I still suggest you do radiofrequency ablation for radical cure, because years of atrial fibrillation will lead to the formation of thrombus in the atrium, which may lead to the fall off of thrombus. High blood pressure is mainly recommended to be treated with drugs. Calcium channel blockers are the first choice for men.