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Hello, Dr.Cardiologist! Can you compare use of two drugs of

Hello, Dr.Cardiologist!
Can you compare use of two drugs of Sotalol and –°ardiozem? In case the patient of 73 years has an arrhythmia and tachycardia? My new doctor cardiologist replaced sotalol with cardiozem.
But I do not feel good - tachicardia increased. I did take Sotalol 80 mg / 2 times a day 10 years long.
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Wed, 7 Nov 2018
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