- the hydrochloride salt form of acebutolol, a synthetic butyranilide derivative with hypotensive and antiarrhythmic activity. Acebutolol acts as a cardioselective beta adrenergic antagonist with little effect on bronchial receptors and has intrinsic sympathomimetic properties. Having stabilizing and quinidine like effects on cardiac rhythm, acebutolol is used in ventricular arrhythmias. Other indications include hypertension, alone or in combinations with other agents. (nci04)
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