Drugs & Medications - atenolol intravenous
Does atenolol intravenous have side effects?
The following side effects are associated with atenolol intravenous:
Common side effects of atenolol intravenous:
|Low Energy||Less Severe|
|Sexual Problems||Less Severe|
Infrequent side effects of atenolol intravenous:
|Chronic Heart Failure||Severe|
|Constriction of Blood Vessels of the Extremities||Severe|
|Abnormally Low Blood Pressure||Severe|
|Abnormal Dreams||Less Severe|
|Sensation of Spinning or Whirling||Less Severe|
|Trouble Breathing||Less Severe|
|Feel Like Throwing Up||Less Severe|
Rare side effects of atenolol intravenous:
|Sick Sinus Syndrome||Severe|
|Abnormal Heart Rhythm||Severe|
|Blood Pressure Drop Upon Standing||Severe|
|Large Purple or Brown Skin Blotches||Severe|
|Decreased Blood Platelets||Severe|
|Dry Eye||Less Severe|
|Dry Mouth||Less Severe|
|Hair Loss||Less Severe|
|Abnormal Liver Function Tests||Less Severe|
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