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- Propranolol. // Reactions Weekly;5/22/2010, Issue 1302, p39
The article describes a case report of propranolol-induced second degree heart attack block linked with QT prolongation in a 7-year-old girl patient, published in the February 2010 issue of the "Indian Pacing and Electrophysiology Journal."
- Propranolol in a case series of 174 patients with complicated infantile haemangioma: indications, safety and future directions. Wedgeworth, Emma // Current Medical Literature: Dermatology;2013, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p77
A review of the article "Propranolol in a Case Series of 174 Patients With Complicated Infantile Haemangioma: Indications, Safety and Future Directions" which appeared in the periodical "British Journal of Dermatology," in 2013 is presented.
- Propranolol overdose. // Reactions Weekly;4/17/2010, Issue 1297, p43
The article describes the case of a 34-year-old woman who had a Brugada-pattern electrocardiography (ECG) after overdosing with propranolol.
- Atenolol/propranolol. // Reactions Weekly;2/25/2012, Issue 1390, p9
The article describes a case of sclerosing encapsulating peritonitis (SEP) in a 48-year-old man with ascites following treatment with atenolol and propranolol.
- Propranolol. // Reactions Weekly;5/19/2012, Issue 1402, p38
The article describes three cases of arterial hypotension and nightmares in paediatric patients while receiving treatment with propranol for disfiguring orbit and eyelid capillary infantile haemangiomas.
- Propranolol. // Reactions Weekly;9/4/2010, Issue 1317, p37
The article describes the cases of three infants who developed hypoglycemia while receiving oral propranolol to treat infantile haemangioma (IH).
- Propranolol. // Reactions Weekly;6/19/2010, Issue 1306, p31
The article describes the case of a male infant who developed hypoglycaemia during treatment with propranolol for multiple cutaneous and liver haemangiomas.
- Propranolol. // Reactions Weekly;1/14/2012, Issue 1384, p48
The article describes the case of a woman who developed a cough after receiving a 3-month course of propranolol for idiopathic aquagenic pruritus.
- Propofol. // Reactions Weekly;1/9/2010 Part 2 of 2, Issue 1283, p78
The article describes the cases of two infant girls who developed bradycardia and hypotension or hypoglycaemia after being treated with propranolol for haemangiomas.