Cardiology | Antiarrhythmic Drug Guide | Class II | Nadolol
|| 1-2 mg/kg/day, given QD. Adjust up or down after 5 days based on side effects, sinus rate, and efficacy.
||Not yet clinically useful
||Elimination half-life 12-24 hours. Peak levels at 3-4 hours after oral dose.
||Similar to propranolol. Not particularly cardioselective, but fewer CNS side effects.
||Corgard non-scored tabs: 20, 40, 80 mg scored tablets: 120, 160 mg
|FDA approval in children
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