flecainide


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Related to flecainide: amiodarone, flecainide acetate
  • noun

Synonyms for flecainide

oral antiarrhythmic medication (trade name Tambocor) used as a last resort in treating arrhythmias

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Encainide and flecainide were better at preventing PVCs than other drugs used for that purpose, and they caused fewer side effects such as nausea and headaches (Moore 1995).
In the US, dogs failed to predict heart problems caused by the cardiovascular drugs encainide and flecainide which led to an estimated 3,000 deaths.
He takes a daily aspirin, the betablocker drug flecainide every two days and a twice daily dose of a homeopathic stress-relieving tablet.
Schultz, deputy FDA commissioner for policy, told the Senate committee that two drugs approved to correct abnormal heart rhythms, encainide and flecainide, subsequently were used off-label for irregular heart rhythms during a heart attack - a use that was supported by several journal articles.
CAST investigators, "Preliminary Report: Effect of Encainide and Flecainide on Mortality in a Randomized Trial of Arrhythmia Suppression After Myocardial Infarcation," New England Journal of Medicine, 321 (1989): 406-412.
and flecainide (marketed as Tambocor by 3M Riker in St.
Patients in the drug therapy arm were prescribed Dronedarone,* Flecainide,* Propafenone,* Sotalol* or Amiodarone.
Major development projects include the ANDAs acquired in 2014 and 2015, Flecainide, and collaborations with partners.
The recommended starting dose is 100 mg (1 g of fine granules) of flecainide acetate per day, taken orally and divided into two equally spaced doses.
Patients treated with vernakalant achieved conversion to normal sinus rhythm in a median time of 12 minutes compared to 151 minutes for the propafenone group and 162 minutes for the flecainide group (p<0.
An elaboration will be performed for the operations and services during the presentation provided for undesirable adverse effects when the cardiovascular drugs including Dronedarone, Amiodarone, Sotalol and Flecainide are used.
In others the AF may have progressed to a permanent, accepted state, and then there is no longer indication for flecainide.
His medications included flecainide, metoprolol, ASA, colchicine, prednisone, mycophenolate mofetil, tacrolimus, spironolactone, furosemide, atorvastatin and vitamin D.
The cardiology team started him on digoxin, and switched flecainide to disopyramide.
The two agents have not been compared in a head-to-head study, but if dronedarone were to be approved, it would be "extraordinarily useful" for relatively young patients who are being considered for amiodarone, perhaps because they've already failed treatment with a class 1C drug such as flecainide or propafenone, Dr.