[Cardiac side effects of anti-arrhythmia agents].


Antiarrhythmic drugs have typical cardiac side effects. These effects are due to their electrophysiological action on the one hand and to the negative inotropy on the other. These electrophysiological effects can cause a depression of sinus node function and/or AV conduction leading to severe bradycardia or asystole. However, the proarrhythmic effects of… (More)


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