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Dr. Arun Prasad

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Digoxin and amiodarone

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Dr. Balaji Chinnasami MD

I take Linsiopril (5MG) & Digoxin (62.5MCG) & spironolactone (12.5 MG ) & Carvedilol (12.5 X2 a day) was also taking Amiodarone (100 MG) but recently suggested not taking anymore the problem was a clamly ... View answer

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Dr. Ilir Sharka MD

sotalol or amiodarone ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ilir Sharka ( Cardiologist)
Dr. Priyank Mody MD

are amiodarone and hydoclorizide. I have been recommended metroprolol er succinate in lieu of digoxin ...I would like to get away from digoxin because of the price. I have been taking it for ten years ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Priyank Mody ( Cardiologist)
Dr.     Bhanu Partap MD

Have just, yesterday, started taking amiodarone as a replacement for flecanide which was no longer controlling my afib. Am worried that I may be taking too high a dose. Rx bottle says take "Take 2 tablets ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Bhanu Partap ( Cardiologist)
Dr. Panagiotis Zografakis MD

Is 600mg daily a safe dosage for amiodorone and is there another medicine that shows more success than this drug? View answer

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Dr.   Ashakiran S MD

My cardiologist prescribed digoxin to get my heart rate down from 140 bpm during an a fib episode along with Eliquis. Now he has prescribed amiodarone for the a fib. my pharmacist said amiodarone ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ashakiran S ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Siva Prasad Goud MD

I have A-Fib . My heart doctor has recommended that I stop taking Digoxin , and start taking Amiodarone hydrochloride ? I have just read all the negative effects of Amiodarone , and have some... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Siva Prasad Goud ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Ashok Kumar Dash MD

I have been on some medications for a heart rhythem problem including amiodarone and digoxin ... if I get up. My heart doctor discontinued my amiodarone shortlyafter I reported that. I have been off ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ashok Kumar Dash ( Ophthalmologist)
Dr.  Ram Choudhary MD

and these meds,acetaminophentwo tabs every four hrs. losartan 50mg.1 a day warfarin 5 mg,1aday amiodarone 200mg,1a day digoxin 125mcg 1a day benzonatate200mg 1 a day carvedilol 6.25mg.1aday diltiazen120mg1... View answer

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Dr.  Ram Choudhary MD

I take Digoxin (Lanoxin) to control a sometimes irregular heart beat.0.25 mg per tab. 1 or 2 daily.? Problem- Sometimes feel bad even with medication.Am I taking too few tabs or is dose too much is toxic ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ram Choudhary ( Internal Medicine Specialist)

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Nothing to worry about the fatty liver now dietary precaution like giving oil free diet with low fat containing foods will reverse his fatty liver thank if you find this information useful

Dr.    Mohammed Taher Ali MD

Dear Doc Patta, O2, Loop diuretic, ACE- inhibitors, may require Dobutamine or Digoxin or Beta blockers. Reply with thanks.

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Hi Welcome to HCM There are 3 groups of drugs for - Overactive bladder, auto-immune disease and heart. A better option is to ask the the person himself or the care provider! Regards