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anti-arrhythmic


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anti-arrhythmic

anti-arrhythmic adj.

anti-arrhythmic n.

anti-arrhythmic n.

anti-arrhythmic n.

Anti-arrhythmics in critical illness

Anti-arrhythmic drug therapy

Anti-arrhythmic effects of acute mechanical stimulation

Anti-arrhythmic drug therapy for atrial fibrillation: current anti-arrhythmic drugs, investigational agents, and innovative approaches

Expression of human ERG K+ channels in the mouse heart exerts anti-arrhythmic activity

The evidence for routine anti-arrhythmic prophylaxis in patients undergoing pulmonary resection surgery

Use of implantable cardioverter defibrillator and anti‐arrhythmic agents in a parturient

The quest for an anti-arrhythmic drug against atrial fibrillation that combines efficacy with safety

Anti-arrhythmic protection by ischaemic preconditioning in isolated rat hearts is not due to depletion of endogenous catecholamines

The potential for QT prolongation and pro-arrhythmia by non-anti-arrhythmic drugs: Clinical and regulatory implications Report on a Policy Conference of the European Society of Cardiology

Consequences of atrial electrical remodeling for the anti-arrhythmic action of class IC and class III drugs

Quinidine rehabilitated and more lessons from the PAFAC and SOPAT anti-arrhythmic drug trials for the prevention of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation

Concomitant anti-arrhythmic procedures to treat permanent atrial fibrillation in CABG and AVR patients are as effective as in mitral valve patients

Concomitant anti-arrhythmic surgery, using irrigated cooled-tip radiofrequency ablation, to treat permanent atrial fibrillation in CABG patients: expansion of the indication?

 

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(anti-ă-rith-mik)

any of a group of drugs used to correct irregularities in the heartbeat (see arrhythmia). They include adenosine, amiodarone, quinidine, verapamil, disopyramide, and lidocaine.

Subjects: Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics.


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