4.6.1 ß-receptor blockers 680
4.6.2 Hydralazine 682
4.6.3 a-methyldopa 682
4.6.4 Calcium antagonists 683
4.6.5 ACE inhibitors 684
4.6.6 Angiotensin-!! receptor-antagonists 684
4.6.7 Other antihypertensives 685
4.6.8 Dihydroergotamine and other antihypotensives 686
4.6.9 Digitalis 686
4.6.10 Antiarrhythmics 687
4.6.11 Diuretics 690
4.6.12 Circulatory drugs and vasodilators 691
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