Possible side effects of class II drugs (beta blockers) for arrhythmias include:
Class II drugs for arrhythmia treatment are beta blockers. There are many beta-blockers, but generally these two are the ones used to treat arrhythmias:
Like many other drugs used to treat arrhythmias, class II drugs (beta blockers) help by slowing the electrical activity in the heart. While their overall effect may be similar to other drugs, these beta blockers work differently than drugs in classes I, III and IV. Beta blockers are also used to treat high blood pressure and angina.
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