Labe talol Injection


Laba Tol Injection is a medicine used in the urgent treatment of hypertensive emergencies (severely increased blood pressure). It also helps to treat severe hypertension in pregnancy, when rapid control of blood pressure is essential. Laba Tol Injection brings about an immediate reduction in blood pressure and the workload of the heart. It is administered by a doctor and requires continuous blood pressure monitoring.


In Treatment of Hypertensive emergency :

Laba Tol Injection blocks the effect of some chemicals on your heart and blood vessels. This slows down the heart rate and helps the heart beat with less force thereby lowering your blood pressure. This medicine is injected into a vein under the supervision of a doctor. It is used for immediate reduction of very high blood pressure (hypertensive emergency). A controlled blood pressure reduces the risk of having a heart attack, stroke, or kidney problems.


Laba Tol Injection is an alpha and beta blocker. It works by slowing down the heart rate and relaxing blood vessels which makes the heart more efficient at pumping blood around the body.


This injection should not be used if it contains visible particular matters


- Store in a cool, dry & dark place.


The injection should not be used if it is pinkish or darker than slightly yellow.


    - It is given as an injection into veins or as drip under the supervision of a medical professional. - Check your blood pressure 1 week after starting Laba Tol Injection, and inform your doctor if it has not improved. - Laba Tol Injection may cause dizziness or sleepiness. Do not drive or do anything requiring concentration until you know how it affects you. - It may cause you to feel lightheaded or weak especially when you stand up (orthostatic hypotension). Rise slowly if you have been sitting or lying down. - It is best to avoid drinking alcohol while taking Laba Tol Injection as it may make the side effects worse. - Do not stop taking Laba Tol Injection suddenly as it can cause your blood pressure to rise suddenly, thereby increasing the risk of heart attack and stroke.