Jan 21, 2020

CHARISMA: Beta-blockers lowered CV events in patients with MI

Beta-blocker use was associated with a lower rate of CV events for individuals without HF who had a prior MI, but not for those without a prior MI, according to data from the CHARISMA trial. Additionally, researchers observed a trend toward elevated risk for stroke in individuals without MI who used beta-blockers compared with individuals who did not use beta-blockers.

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