antiarrhythmic drugs

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antiarrhythmic drugs

Used to improve the regularity of the heartbeat.
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If antiarrhythmic therapy is administered, disopyramide, procainamide, and quinidine carry a theoretical hazard of additive QT-prolonging effects when administered in patients with an acute overdose of LATUDA.
With these patients, drugs on Class 1, 2 and 4 should also be avoided) amiodarone, biaxin chloral hydrate, cocaine as local chloroquine, indapamide, lithium, anaesthetic, dexatrine, chlorpromazine serevent, ventolin, dobutamine, dopamine, cisaprid, zithromax ephedrine, epinephrine, clarithromycin, levophed, appetite disopyramide, suppressant phentermine, domperidone, haldol, dexatrim[R], acutrim[R], mellaril, methadone, sibutramine, ritilin, procainamide, ventolin sotalol Class 1: Drugs that Class 4: Drugs that are weakly are accepted by associated with TdPand/or QT authorities to have prolongation but are unlikely to be a risk of prolonging a risk for TdP when used in usual QT interval and TdP recommended dosages and in patients without other risk factors *.
amiodarone, increase QT recommended for disopyramide interval.
The cardiology team started him on digoxin, and switched flecainide to disopyramide.
Sildenafilin klirensini uzatan ilaglar Amiodarone Cerivasatin Atorvastatin Disopyramide Digitoxin Simvastatin Losartan Quinidine Felodidine Verapamil Lovastatin Mibefradil Diltiazem Isradipine Nifedipine
The ECG abnormalities are precipitated by or unmasked by drugs such as flecainide, procainamide, ajmaline, disopyramide, propafenone, pilsicainide, [beta]-blockers, [alpha]-adrenergic agonists, first-generation antihistamines (dimenhydrinate), cocaine toxicity, tricyclic antidepressants, and vagotonic agents, as well as conditions such as febrile states, vagotonia, and alcohol consumption.
Lithium and minor tranquillizers such as valium, as well as the use of cimetidine, spironolactone, heparin, clofibrate, disopyramide, estrogens, progestational agents, ketaconazole, and steroids, have also been associated with ED.
Disopyramide, a treatment for irregular heart beat.
BYSTOLIC can exacerbate the effects of myocardial depressants or inhibitors of AV conduction, such as certain calcium antagonists (particularly of the phenylalkylamine [verapamil] and benzothiazepine [diltiazem] classes), or antiarrhythmic agents, such as disopyramide.
Two thirds of the symptomatic obstructed patients can be successfully managed long term with medical treatment alone (beta-blockers, disopyramide, verapamil) guided by transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) response and follow-up.
Medication and food interactions that potentiate warfarin by level of supporting evidence Level of evidence Medication/food Highly probable Alcohol (a) Metronidazole Amiodarone Miconazole Cimetidine Omeprazole Clofibrate Phenylbutazone Cotrimoxazole Piroxicam Erythromycin Propafenone Fluconazole Propranolol Isoniazid Sulfinpyrazone Probable Acetaminophen Itraconazole Anabolic steroids Quinidine Aspirin Phenytoin Chloral hydrate Simvastatin Ciprofloxacin Tamoxifen Dextropropoxyphene Tetracycline Disulfiram Influenza vaccine Possible Disopyramide Norfloxacin 5-Fluorouracil Ofloxacin Ifosphamide Topical salicylates Lovastatin Sulindac Metolazone Tometin Nalidixic acid (a) When associated with underlying liver disease.