[Sinus bradycardia secondary to systemic pentamidine].

Abstract

Systemic side effects caused by parenteral pentamidine are frequent. They can be severe and life-threatening. Intravenous pentamidine may cause a variety of abnormalities in the cardiac conduction system as tachyarrhythmias, hypotension and/or non-specific ECG changes (a long corrected QT interval). There is only one case of previously reported… (More)

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@article{Patrn1996SinusBS, title={[Sinus bradycardia secondary to systemic pentamidine].}, author={M Izquierdo Patr{\'o}n and Celia Lafuente and Manuel Haro Estarriol and M Ar{\'e}valo Gonz{\'a}lez}, journal={Revista espanola de cardiologia}, year={1996}, volume={49 12}, pages={919-20} }