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Had heart surgery. Have atrial flutter. Taking Pevrone, Metropol and Diovan. What category are these?

M husband had open heart surgery, 3-way bipass & mitral valve repair ). Right now he is having Atrial flutter which has his heart rate elevated 90-140. I would like to identify what category his meds are, .i.e, ACE inhibitors, ARB s, Beta blockers, Calcium channel blockers. The meds are: Paverone, Metoprolol Tart, Diovan. Than you.
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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Dear patient, metaprolol is a beta blocker, diovan (valsetran ) is an ARB(angiotensin receptor blocker), but about the paverone, i am not sure,if it is pacerone instead of paverone then it is amiodarone which is a class3 anti arrythemic drug acting as potassium channel agonist

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Answered: Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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