Active Ingredient: Bisoprolol

Indication for Bisoprolol

Population group: only adults (18 years old or older)
Therapeutic intent: Curative procedure

For this indication, competent medicine agencies globally authorize below treatments:

5-20 mg once daily


Dosage regimens

Oral, between 5 milligrams bisoprolol and 20 milligrams bisoprolol, once daily. The maximum allowed total dose is 20 milligrams bisoprolol daily.

Detailed description

The normal dosage is 5-10 mg once daily as a single dose. If 5 mg is not given necessary effect, the dose may be increased to 10 mg once daily or very rarely to 20 mg once daily.

The maximum recommended dose is 20 mg once daily.

In all cases the dosage is adjusted individually, in order to avoid bradycardia.

In hypertension, bisoprolol could be combined with diuretics if necessary effect is not achieved.

Treatment with bisoprolol is generally a long-term therapy.

Treatment must not be discontinued suddenly. Gradual reduction of the dosage for 1-2 weeks is recommended.

Dosage considerations

It should be taken in the morning with or without food.

Active ingredient


Bisoprolol is a potent highly beta1-selective-adrenoceptor blocking agent, lacking intrinsic stimulating and without relevant membrane stabilising activity.

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