Beta blockers to reduce the risk of heart attack or heart failure after surgery

    There's a lot of talk recently about using beta blockers to reduce the risk of heart attack or heart failure after surgery.

    Researchers say this could save 25,000 lives a year.

    The beta blocker, atenolol (Tenormin), is being given to surgical patients who have coronary artery disease.

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