REVIEW Landiolol acts as a highly cardioselective, ultra-short-acting beta blocker used as an anti-arrhythmic agent. It was developed for application in the emergency treatment of tachycardia and better control of heart rate in surgery. It is approximately nine times more potent in beta-blocking activity in vivo and eight times more cardioselective in vitro than esmolol. It has a short duration of activity, enabling rapid recovery after cessation of administration if side effects occur. It can be used safely in patients suffering from acute heart disease.
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