disopyramide


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disopyramide

 [di″-so-pēr´ah-mīd]
an agent used to control cardiac arrhythmias; it suppresses and prevents recurrence of both unifocal premature ventricular contractions and those of multifocal origin, paired premature ventricular contractions, and episodes of ventricular tachycardia that are not persistent.

disopyramide

/di·so·pyr·amide/ (di″so-pir´ah-mīd) a cardiac depressant with anticholinergic properties, used as the base or phosphate salt as an antiarrhythmic.

disopyramide

Norpace® An antiarrhythmic

disopyramide

A drug used to prevent or control disturbances of heart rhythm. Brand names are Dirythmin SA and Rythmodan.

disopyramide

(dīsōpir´əmīd´),
n brand name: Norpace CR;
drug class: antidysrhythmic (Class IA);
action: prolongs action potential duration and effective refractory period;
uses: PVCs, ventricular tachycardia, atrial flutter, atrial fibrillation.

disopyramide

an antiarrhythmic agent used for suppression and prevention of recurrence of both unifocal premature ventricular contractions and those of multifocal origin, paired premature ventricular contractions, and episodes of ventricular tachycardia that are not persistent.
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Although disopyramide is used commonly to control heart rate in AF for the general population, its use in older adults is contraindicated according to Beers (Molony, 2008).
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
A placebo-controlled trial of intravenous and oral disopyramide for prevention of neurally mediated syncope induced by head-up tilt.
That group also showed greater reductions in fasting blood glucose, body mass index, and blood pressure as well as a reduction in the number of patients requiring nitrates, verapamil, and disopyramide.
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.
Cardioversion was unsuccessful in 12 (nine male, three female) and successful in 116 (91%): 63 by electrical DC cardioversion and 53 with pharmacological agents (43 with intravenous flecainide, six with oral amiodarone and one each with disopyramide, adenosine, verapamil, and oral sotalol).
21] reported on two patients who developed ventricular arrythmias when erythromycin interacted with the type Ia antiarrythmic agent disopyramide.