A 55-year-old male asked:
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would using 5 mg bystolic (nebivolol) causes qt interval prolongation and arrhythmias in the long term. ?

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Dr. Maha Mikhail
Specializes in Cardiac Electrophysiology
Beta blockers ; QT: Beta blockers on the contrary cause qt shortening and not prolongation. High calcium in blood tend to short qt is well. An i medication called Lidocaine again shortens the qt.
Answered on Jan 14, 2017

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