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Considering taking medication to treat Angina? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Angina. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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Bystolic oral     819 User Reviews
propranolol oral     326 User Reviews
verapamil oral     199 User Reviews
labetalol oral     130 User Reviews
nifedipine oral     73 User Reviews
bisoprolol fumarate oral     64 User Reviews
Procardia oral     31 User Reviews
Zebeta oral     23 User Reviews
nitroglycerin oral     20 User Reviews
nebivolol oral     19 User Reviews
isosorbide dinitrate oral     19 User Reviews
Sectral oral     17 User Reviews
Nitrostat sublingual     13 User Reviews
pindolol oral     12 User Reviews
acebutolol oral     9 User Reviews
Nitro-Bid transdermal     9 User Reviews
Verelan PM oral     8 User Reviews
Trandate oral     6 User Reviews
Calan SR oral     6 User Reviews
nitroglycerin sublingual     5 User Reviews
Isordil oral     5 User Reviews
labetalol intravenous     4 User Reviews
nitroglycerin transdermal     4 User Reviews
Verelan oral     4 User Reviews
Nitrolingual translingual     3 User Reviews
nicardipine oral     2 User Reviews
timolol oral     1 User Reviews
Levatol oral     1 User Reviews
Hemangeol oral     1 User Reviews
nitroglycerin translingual     1 User Reviews
Nitro-Time oral     1 User Reviews
ISOCHRON oral     1 User Reviews
Nitromist translingual     1 User Reviews
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Isordil Titradose oral     Be the first to review it
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