Angina with COPD

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Biosoprolol because nebivolol developed Dysponea in COPD pt. & bronchospam. Nebivolol in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disorders, beta-adrenergic antagonists should be used with caution as airway constriction may be aggravated.

Thanx@Dr. Ajeet Singh Sir Ji
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In the absence of head to head trial between Bisoprolol and Nebivolol, it would be a part of conjecture to predict superiority of over over the other Both are equally effective and similar B1 selective property and can be used interchangeably

Bisoprolol - is the preferred beta blocker as it do not cause bronchoconstriction in COPD patients - but also reduces the incidence of COPD associated heart failure

Nebivolol is 4 times more cardioselective than Bisaprolol.

Good choice in above mentioned scenario? How to initiate ?
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In this case Bisoprolol will be a better option.

Biosoprolol is selective to Avoid bronchospasm

Navivolol 5 mg..+ Amlodopine 2.5 / 5 mg

BISOPROLOL.. IS.. BETTER..

Tnx &wc Dr Ajeet Singh
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Let our destiny decide.

Bisoprolol

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