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Lipirex is fenofibrate
– given for Cholesterol
It has no relation to heart rate
There are several reasons for the heart to beat slowly – like drugs, diseases and so on..
Heart has its own nervous network and it could be diseased...directly or by infiltration.
When the rate is slow, there is more time to fill and so the volume pumped per beat is more.
Hence the ‘sound’
There are several ways to investigate.
Routine 12-lead Electrocardiogram (ECG) / 24 to 48 hour ambulatory monitoring (Holter) / ECHOcardiogram
to see the heart valves, muscle and function / Treadmill exercise ECG (TMT) to exclude reduced blood flow / Laboratory work-up is routine - like blood counts, sugar, urea, electrolytes (potassium in particular), thyroid (over-active) and so on. There are also advanced techniques of investigations of increasing complexity (and invasive) – like Electro Physiological Studies (EPS). Your Internist shall suggest based on the situation.
Wishing speedy recovery