Long-term follow-up of amiodarone therapy in the young: continued efficacy, unimpaired growth, moderate side effects.

Abstract

Long-term follow-up data on young patients receiving amiodarone is lacking, especially in relation to growth and late side effects. The records of 95 young patients (mean age 12.4 years; range 3 weeks to 31.5 years) who received amiodarone were reviewed. Minimal follow-up time for those continuing to take amiodarone was 1.5 years; the mean duration of… (More)

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