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Beta-adrenergic blocking agents

A class of drugs that inhibit the interaction of neurotransmitters with certain nerve fibers of the autonomic nervous system. Administered to alleviate hypertension and other conditions, these drugs decrease the heart rate and force of heart contractions.
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