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Depression, Insomnia, Nervousness, Tachyphrenia (6037784-5)
on Jan 02, 2009 Male patient from AUSTRALIA , 57 years of age, was diagnosed with
  • atrial fibrillation
and was treated with Minax (metoprolol Tartrate) (50 Mg). Patient experienced the following unwanted or unexpected effects: depression, insomnia, nervousness, tachyphrenia. Minax (metoprolol Tartrate) (50 Mg) dosage: 25 Mg;twice A Day; Oral; 12.5 Mg;twice A Day; Oral.

Crying, Diarrhoea, Dyspnoea, Emotional Disorder, Hallucination, Visual, Insomnia, Lethargy, Nightmare, Stomach Discomfort (5580026-5)
Patient was taking Minax (metoprolol Tartrate) (50 Mg). Patient had the following side effects: crying, diarrhoea, dyspnoea, emotional disorder, hallucination, visual, insomnia, lethargy, nightmare, stomach discomfort on Dec 17, 2007 from AUSTRALIA Additional patient health information: Female patient , 34 years of age, was diagnosed with
  • sinus tachycardia
and. Minax (metoprolol Tartrate) (50 Mg) dosage: 100 Mg; Twice A Day; Oral; 50 Mg; Twice A Day; Oral.

Blood Pressure Increased (5528529-3)
Adverse event was reported on Nov 09, 2007 by a Female patient taking Minax (metoprolol Tartrate) (50 Mg) (Dosage: 50 Mg; Twice A Day; Oral) was diagnosed with
  • blood pressure
and. Location: , 73 years of age, After Minax (metoprolol Tartrate) (50 Mg) was administered, patient had the following side effects: blood pressure increased.
Patient also using the following medications:
  • Zanidip
  • Atacand
  • Acimax
  • Aspirin Bp

Blood Pressure Fluctuation, Cardiac Stress Test Abnormal, Fall, Feeling Abnormal, Head Injury, Heart Rate Abnormal, Heart Rate Decreased, Loss Of Consciousness, Neck Injury (5525198-3)
on Oct 31, 2007 Female patient from , 72 years of age, was diagnosed with
  • hypertension
and was treated with Minax (metoprolol Tartrate) (50 Mg). Patient experienced the following unwanted or unexpected effects: blood pressure fluctuation, cardiac stress test abnormal, fall, feeling abnormal, head injury, heart rate abnormal, heart rate decreased, loss of consciousness, neck injury. Minax (metoprolol Tartrate) (50 Mg) dosage: 50 Mg; Daily; Oral.
Patient also using the following medications:
  • Karvea
  • Prozac /00724401/
  • Endep
  • Ginko Biloba
  • Lutire
  • Thyro-co
Patient was hospitalized.

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Minax (metoprolol Tartrate) (50 Mg) Adverse Reactions

Insomnia ( 2 Reports)

Blood Pressure Fluctuation ( 1 Reports)

Blood Pressure Increased ( 1 Reports)

Cardiac Stress Test Abnormal ( 1 Reports)

Crying ( 1 Reports)

Depression ( 1 Reports)

Diarrhoea ( 1 Reports)

Dyspnoea ( 1 Reports)

Emotional Disorder ( 1 Reports)

Fall ( 1 Reports)

Feeling Abnormal ( 1 Reports)

Hallucination, Visual ( 1 Reports)

Head Injury ( 1 Reports)

Heart Rate Abnormal ( 1 Reports)

Heart Rate Decreased ( 1 Reports)

Lethargy ( 1 Reports)

Loss Of Consciousness ( 1 Reports)

Neck Injury ( 1 Reports)

Nervousness ( 1 Reports)

Nightmare ( 1 Reports)

Stomach Discomfort ( 1 Reports)

Tachyphrenia ( 1 Reports)

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