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Rythmol

CytotecPropafenone Hcl

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Rythmol is taken for managing an irregular heartbeat and for maintaining a normal heart rhythm in people who have no structural heart disease.

Rythmol belongs to a group 1C antiarrhythmic medicine. It affects different heart fibers, normalizes its action and makes the heart beat regularly.

You are not to use Rythmol if you have allergy to an ingredient in it or if you are taking another antiarrhythmic (amiodarone, quinidine), bepridil, droperidol, cisapride, an HIV protease inhibitor, a macrolide antibiotic, a ketolide, some kind of phenothiazine (such as thioridazine), a quinolone antibiotic (like ciprofloxacin), a tricyclic antidepressant, or ziprasidone. People with
congestive heart failure, particular shock conditions, some forms of irregular heartbeat (atrioventricular block, sick sinus node syndrome) and not taking an artificial pacemaker, also patients with abnormal electrolyte levels, slow heartbeat, very low blood pressure, or with breathing disorders (such as chronic bronchitis or emphysema) should avoid using Rythmol.

If you fall into the group mentioned above you should inform your doctor.

If any questions about the use of the drug appear, you should refer to your doctor or a pharmacist.
Do not give the medication to people who have no prescription for it.
If the symptoms show no improvement or get worse, talk to the doctor.

This guide contains only general information about the medicine. If you need additional facts concerning the effect and the use of the drug ask your doctor for advice.



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