- (noun) A mixed alpha/beta adrenergic antagonist, which is used to treat high blood pressure.
"A blood pressure drug called labetalol, for example, usually costs $25 a dose."
"Currently, for example, intensive care doctors are coping with a shortage of a drug called labetalol that's used to treat patients whose blood pressure is going through the roof."
"The drug with the highest mark-up was labetalol, a blood pressure medication that has been in shortage for more than a year."
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