Bisoprolol oral tablet is only available as a generic drug. It doesn’t have a brand-name version and only comes as a tablet to be taken orally. Bisoprolol is used to treat high blood pressure and can be used alone or in combination with other blood pressure medications.
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How to take Bisoprolol:
For adults (18-65 years and over). Always take Bisoprolol exactly as your doctor has told you. You should check with your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure.
- One 500mg tablet taken three times per day for five days.
Who should take Bisoprolol ?
You should not take Bisoprolol Tablets if you have ever had a reaction or been told that you are allergic to Bisoprolol or any of the other ingredients in the tablets. Check by reading the list of ingredients above. If you have been told by your doctor that you have an intolerance to some sugars, contact your doctor before taking this medicinal product. Before taking this medicine, you should let your doctor know if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or planning to become pregnant or start breastfeeding. Taking another medicine while you are taking Bisoprolol Tablets can aect how it or the other medicine works. Make sure that your doctor knows what other medicines you are taking. Do not take any other medicines while you are taking Bisoprolol tablets unless you have told your doctor or pharmacist and asked their advice. This includes medicines you may have bought yourself. Examples of medicines that can affect Bisoprolol Tablets are:
- Probenecid, a drug used to prevent gout.
- Zidovudine, another antiviral drug.
- Theophylline, used in asthma.
If you have any doubts about whether you should take this medicine then talk to your doctor.
When taking Valtrex:
- It is important to drink plenty of water while you are taking Curanail Loceryl.
- Care is required if you have kidney problems, any nervous disorder, liver disease, abnormal levels of electrolytes (salts) in the blood or severe breathing dificulties. Your dosage may be reduced.
- You should not drive or operate machinery until you are sure that the tablets are not affecting your ability to do so.
Possible side effects of Bisoprolol :
Like all medicines Bisoprolol may produce side effects in some individuals. Reported side effects include.
- Kidney problems
- Blood problems (which could cause sore throats, mouth ulcers, or generally feeling tired or unwell)
- Sore muscles
- Swelling of the feet or hands
- Visual disturbances
- Stomach pain
- Neeling sick
If you suffer any of the serious side effects listed you should contact your doctor or pharmacist.
Active Ingredients: Bisoprolol
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, lactose, maize starch, microcrystalline, cellulose, sodium starch glycollate and magnesium stearate.
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How to take bisoprolol
Always take prescription medication exactly as it was prescribed to you by your licensing nurse or GP. If you aren't sure about how to take your bisoprolol, check with your doctor or pharmacist before doing so. The tablets should be taken in the morning. They should be swallowed whole, with a glass of water, without chewing or crushing. Dosage Bisoprolol tablets come as either: 1.25mg 2.5mg 3.75mg 5mg 7.5mg 10mg Common side effects A very common side effect (affecting more than 1 in 10 users) is: a slow heartbeat Common side effects (affecting up to 1 in 10 users) are: increased breathlessness headache tiredness nausea, vomiting, or upset stomach low blood pressure cold or numb hands and feet What kind of medication is bisoprolol?
Bisoprolol: is a type of medicine known as a beta-blocker contains the active substance bisoprolol fumarate comes in tablet form Beta-blockers like bisoprolol are used to: lower the heart rate treat high blood pressure (hypertension) treat chronic chest pain (angina) treat 'stable heart failure' doctors can provide a repeat prescription for bisoprolol treatment for high blood pressure, if you’re stable on your dose and have had a regular GP check up. If you’re using bisoprolol for conditions other than high blood pressure it’s important that this is monitored by your GP or specialist.
How will bisoprolol treat my high blood pressure?
Bisoprolol treats high blood pressure by reducing the effects of the hormone ‘adrenaline’. Beta-blockers like bisoprolol slow down your heart rate, meaning that your heart beats slower and with less force. This makes blood circulation more efficient around the body, and reduces your blood pressure levels. Bisoprolol is a treatment for high blood pressure (hypertension) that’s usually used when other treatments have not worked, or in combination with other treatments. Other treatments for high blood pressure include: ACE inhibitors (like perindopril) diuretics alpha-blockers The point of high blood pressure treatment is to get your blood pressure within a healthy range. As a general guide: low blood pressure is 90/60mmHg or below healthy levels of blood pressure are between 90/60mmHg and 120/80mmHg high blood pressure is 140/90mmHg or above Having high blood pressure can be dangerous. It puts you at risk of getting heart disease, having a heart attack or stroke, and puts an extra strain on your heart and other organs.
Who can take bisoprolol?
If you have high blood pressure and want to achieve a healthier blood pressure level, bisoprolol may be the right medical treatment for you, although it is not normally a first choice drug to control blood pressure Visit your nurse or GP for a full consultation to assess whether bisoprolol is a suitable medicine for you. They will assess your past and current medical history. This is important because bisoprolol can interfere or react negatively when used in combination with certain other medicines or if you have other health conditions. You should not take bisoprolol if you: are allergic to any of its listed ingredients are pregnant or breastfeeding have severe asthma or chronic lung disease have a slow or irregular heartbeat have very low blood pressure have severe blood circulation problems have heart failure have the condition called metabolic acidosis (excess levels of acid in the blood) have a tumour in the adrenal gland (phaeochromocytoma) Always tell your nurse, GP, or surgeon well in advance if you're taking bisoprolol and are going to be given a general anaesthetic for an operation.
How can I buy bisoprolol?
Bisoprolol is a prescription-only medicine. This means that you cannot buy it over-the-counter. You can only get it after an assessment with a doctor who agrees it’s right for you. Once your treatment has already been established with bisoprolol, you can re-order your next batch of tablets using an online service like Zava. Many people choose this option because it is safe, efficient, and it is easy to buy your medication in bulk. To get a first-time prescription for bisoprolol, you’ll need to get a diagnosis and prescription from your GP or specialist. You can then get your medication dispensed from most pharmacies and you will have the option to reorder online. Currently, the only way to diagnose high blood pressure is to have a blood pressure test. You can have this done at your local GP surgery some pharmacies some workplaces You can also measure your blood pressure at home with a blood pressure monitoring machine but for a first time diagnosis, your doctor will need to check themselves.
How do I know how much bisoprolol I need?
Starting dose – typically, for high blood pressure or chest pain, you will start on the lowest possible dose for treating these conditions, which is 5mg per day. Your doctor may increase this dose depending on how your body reacts to the treatment. Maximum dose - the maximum recommended dose of bisoprolol for high blood pressure or chest pain is 10mg per day.
What if I forget a dose or take too much by mistake?
If you forget a dose of bisoprolol - simply take your next dose at the right time, as soon as you remember. Don’t ever double-up on your dose to make up for the one you missed. If you miss several days’ worth of bisoprolol, contact your nurse or GP for advice if you take more bisoprolol than you should, you should seek urgent medical attention. Bring the remaining tablets and the tablet container with you to show your doctor or the staff at the A&E department of your local hospital
What else can I do to lower my blood pressure?
Medicines used to treat high blood pressure work best when used in combination with healthy lifestyle changes: medications are the best short-term solution to protect you from the risks of blood pressure but they don’t cure the underlying cause of your high blood pressure lifestyle changes won’t protect you from the immediate risks of high blood pressure, which is why medication is important, but it can help you control your blood pressure long-term Some recommendations for healthy lifestyle changes include: regular exercise. Stick to aerobic exercise like walking, jogging, swimming, or cycling, and avoid weight-lifting eating a low-calorie diet (avoiding too much salt, fatty foods and red meat) if you’re overweight drinking lots of water cutting back on caffeine and alcohol, and try to quit smoking getting at least 6 hours of sleep per night avoiding stress as much as possible (many people find that practising yoga or meditation helps keep their stress levels down)
Will I get side effects from bisoprolol?
As with any medicine, it is possible that you will experience side effects as a result of taking bisoprolol. However, these side effects are usually mild, and not everyone gets them. Many people find that their side effects disappear after the first 1-2 weeks of treatment, once their body gets used to the medicine. Rare side effects (affecting up to 1 in 1,000 people) are: jaundice (yellowing of the eyes and skin), and hepatitis (inflammation of the liver) a blocked nose reduced flow of tears (this can affect people who wear contact lenses) hearing problems reduced sexual performance skin rash, itching or redness nightmares or hallucinations fainting Bisoprolol can sometimes cause dizziness or fatigue. If you experience these side effects, do not drive vehicles or operate heavy machinery, as this could be extremely dangerous to you and those around you. If you ever experience any severe or unpleasant side effects when taking bisoprolol, seek urgent medical attention. If you get any side effects which are not listed here, or in the patient information leaflet that comes with your tablets, talk to your nurse or GP.
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