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A 56 yo man with a history of exertional angina presents to the Emergency Department with blurred vision, low blood pressure, bradycardia & confusion. During his history taking you learn that he took three tablets of his "heart medicine" (metoprolol) after forgetting to take them for 3 days. Which drug of choice should be given to reverse his cardiovascular symptoms by increasing heart rate & myocardial contractility, and thereby blood pressure as well?

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ATROPINE BCOZ M2 RECEPTOR INHIBITION ACTING .... INCREASE HEART RATE AND MAINTENANCE BP

Atropine injection

C) Since Metoprolol is a B-blocker.

Atropin

Atropine decrease or completely abolish bradycardia and maintain blood pressure

Muskmelon..is a heart tonic... Garlic , chanadaliya ginger help in this direction

SUGGESTIVE. OF .. ...*B*... I / V.....GLUCAGON... AS. IT BYPASSES... .. BETA. RECEPTOR. SITE....

Dr Ranjit Kumar Poriya Homeopathy Option A atropine.

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