Nadolol

indications see under Dose Cautions see under Propranolol Hydrochloride Contra-indications see under Propranolol Hydro-chloride

Hepatic impairment manufacturer advises caution Renal impairment increase dosage interval if eGFR

less than 50mL/minute/1.73m2 Pregnancy see notes above Breast-feeding see notes above Side-effects see under Propranolol Hydrochloride Dose

Hypertension, initially 80 mg once daily, increased in increments of up to 80 mg at weekly intervals if required; max. 240 mg daily (higher doses rarely necessary)

• Angina, initially 40 mg once daily, increased at weekly intervals if required; usual max. 160 mg daily (rarely up to 240 mg may be required)

• Arrhythmias, initially 40 mg once daily, increased at weekly intervals up to 160 mg if required; reduce to 40 mg if bradycardia occurs

Migraine prophylaxis, initially 40 mg once daily, increased in 40 mg increments at weekly intervals according to response; usual maintenance dose 80160 mg once daily

• Thyrotoxicosis (adjunct), 80-160 mg once daily

Corgard® (Sanofi-Aventis) A Tablets, blue, scored, nadolol 80 mg, net price 28-tab pack = £5.00. Label: 8

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