Question: Is bisoprolol bad for your kidneys?

The medium-term effects of bisoprolol included a significant reduction in blood pressure and heart rate (P<. 001) without significant adverse drug reactions. Moreover, bisoprolol produced no alteration in renal function or hemodynamics, or in cardiac output.

Are beta-blockers Safe for Kidneys?

As compared to other antihypertensive agents, except RA system blockers, it has been confirmed that there are no demerits to using beta-blockers for renal protection. In addition, vasodilatory beta-blockers may also have beneficial renal-protective effects.

Can beta-blockers cause kidney failure?

Theoretically, beta-blockers may reduce cardiac output and subsequently renal perfusion pressure, thereby exacerbating renal dysfunction. The sympathetic nervous system (SNS) is activated in CKD, which is a known factor in the progression of renal disease [6].

What organs do beta blockers affect?

Examples of beta blockers Some beta blockers mainly affect the heart, while others affect both the heart and blood vessels.

What organs do beta-blockers affect?

Examples of beta blockers Some beta blockers mainly affect the heart, while others affect both the heart and blood vessels.

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