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If you are receiving allergy injections: Important warnings about beta-blocker medicines  
Abstract:  This handout warns patients who are receiving allergy injections not to use beta-blocker medicines. It contains a list of medicines and eye drops that must be avoided. Beta-blockers are used to treat a variety of health conditions, including high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, migraine headaches, and an eye condition called glaucoma.
Author: Medical Specialties Center
Publisher/Date/Rev:  University of Washington Medical Center, 2014, October 1, 2014
UWMC Availability:  Medical Specialties Center
General Topics:  Patient Care Procedures & Instructions; Health Promotion & Disease Prevention
Specific Subject(s):  Medication; Injections; Drug Interactions
Language(s):  English
Audience:  Caregiver; Patient
Format: Flyer
Reading Level: Unknown
Cost: Unknown
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Health Online Citation #4263

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