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is a condition in which the normal rhythmic contractions of the cardiac atria are replaced by rapid irregular twitching of the muscular wall. It can be episodic or longstanding. Heart rate
may increase considerably and drugs like calcium channel blockers and beta blockers can be used to slow down your heart. Warfarin
(cuomaden) is blood thinner prevents clot formation which is usual with arrhythmic heart so it is used to avoid serious consequences like stroke
.Take warfarin exactly as prescribed by your doctor, do not quit or start any drug without consulting your doctor.
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