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Cardizem is a medicine that proved useful in curing such a rhythm disturbance of the heart as supraventricular tachycardia. It helps to control heart rate response to some other rhythm disturbances, especially atrial flutter and fibrillation. In other cases not mentioned in the guide the drug may be taken only if you have a prescription for it made by the doctor.

Being a calcium channel blocker Cardizem acts to decrease the electrical conduction in the heart, to slow the rate of the heart, and stabilize the rhythm of the heart.

If you suffer from allergy to some of the drug ingredients, if you take injectable beta-blockers or erythromycin you are not to use Cardizem. Patients with sick sinus syndrome or with second- or third-degree heart block, or with low blood pressure should avoid the drug being described here. The same is for people who suffer from atrial flutter or fibrillation and such pre-excitation syndromes as Lown-Ganong-Levine syndrome and Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome.

If anything of the above mentioned characterizes you tell your doctor without delay.

Additional information about the usage of this medicine you can receive from the doctor.
You can't distribute the drug among people without prescription for it.
If the symptoms persist or worsen you should refer to professional help.

The information provided is a general description of the medical facts concerning the drug. If you need more detailed explanation about the use of the medication and its effects you should refer to the doctor or other specialist in medicine.

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