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Considering taking medication to treat Chronic Angina Pectoris? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Chronic Angina Pectoris. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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atenolol oral     1222 User Reviews
metoprolol succinate oral     666 User Reviews
Norvasc oral     632 User Reviews
Toprol XL oral     612 User Reviews
amlodipine oral     604 User Reviews
metoprolol tartrate oral     514 User Reviews
propranolol oral     331 User Reviews
Ranexa oral     204 User Reviews
verapamil oral     200 User Reviews
Lopressor oral     154 User Reviews
diltiazem oral     141 User Reviews
Imdur oral     106 User Reviews
nifedipine oral     73 User Reviews
Cardizem CD oral     69 User Reviews
Cartia XT oral     67 User Reviews
isosorbide mononitrate oral     65 User Reviews
Tenormin oral     64 User Reviews
nadolol oral     52 User Reviews
Procardia XL oral     49 User Reviews
Nifedical XL oral     48 User Reviews
Inderal LA oral     45 User Reviews
Caduet oral     45 User Reviews
felodipine oral     43 User Reviews
Cardizem oral     35 User Reviews
Tiazac oral     23 User Reviews
Corgard oral     19 User Reviews
isosorbide dinitrate oral     19 User Reviews
Taztia XT oral     19 User Reviews
InnoPran XL oral     16 User Reviews
Cardizem LA oral     15 User Reviews
ranolazine oral     15 User Reviews
Adalat CC oral     14 User Reviews
DILT-XR oral     11 User Reviews
Calan oral     6 User Reviews
Isordil oral     5 User Reviews
amlodipine-atorvastatin oral     5 User Reviews
Matzim LA oral     5 User Reviews
Afeditab CR oral     4 User Reviews
isradipine oral     3 User Reviews
ISOCHRON oral     1 User Reviews
Dilatrate-SR oral     Be the first to review it
Isordil Titradose oral     Be the first to review it
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