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n. a combined alpha- and beta-blocking drug, sometimes found to be more effective in the treatment of high blood pressure than beta blockers. It is administered by mouth or intravenously. Possible side-effects include faintness on standing up, scalp tingling, and difficulty with urination and ejaculation. Trade name: Trandate.

Subjects: Medicine and Health.

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