I have high blood pressure. I take medicine and control it normally every day. I also take Betaloc every morning and evening. I have checked the early morning Bo every day, 24 dynamic chart, cardiac color Doppler ultrasound, ECG, sinus rhythm and early Bo. The doctor prescribed propafenone hydrochloride tablets and so on. I finished it in 14 days. Now, in addition to Betaloc, do I need to take other drugs for a while? There has been no early Bo since taking medicine
He has high blood pressure. He takes medicine every day to control his blood pressure. Recently, he has premature beats. He has done various tests. The doctor prescribed propafenone and ate it for 14 days. At present, he takes betaloc and has no premature beats after taking medicine. In this case, it is suggested to gradually reduce propafenone and stop it. At the same time, he should be treated with Wenxin Granule for a period of time and stop it after it is stable.
In your case, clinically, if beitelake can be controlled, generally speaking, there is no need to use other drugs, and the clinical application of antiarrhythmic drugs is not recommended. I don't know. Do you find any abnormalities in these tests? Clinically, arrhythmias generally have certain organic diseases. If there are no organic diseases, symptomatic treatment can be done
It depends on your premature beat, atrial premature beat or ventricular premature beat. If it's atrial premature beat? Propafenone is effective. If the premature beat disappears, you can only take metoprolol and monitor the changes of heart rate rhythm. When the heart rhythm is low for 60 times, you can gradually reduce the dosage of metoprolol