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The clinical benefits and hemodynamic effects of continuous alprenolol infusion for control of hypertension in the acute stage of ruptured cerebral aneurysms were investigated . Twenty-five patients manifesting systemic hypertension (> 160⁄100 mmHg) were treated with alprenolol , a β-adrenergic antagonist, phentolamine, an α-adrenergic antagonist , and trimethaphan camsilate, a ganglionic blocker, given intravenously. All drugs decreased the mean arterial blood pressure significantly . However,doi:10.2176/nmc.31.396 pmid:1720217 fatcat:jrjyaqvhpbdsvm53qezckpijpm