Do beta blockers help three years beyond MI?

Consider deprescribing the drugs in older adults, says US research
Reuters Health
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Beta blocker use beyond three years after an MI doesn’t seem to improve long-term outcomes, according to an analysis.

US researchers examined data from a registry on almost 6900 MI patients aged 65 and over who were discharged on beta blocker therapy and alive three years later without a recurrent MI.