A 48-year-old male asked:
cardiologist says no heart disease or restrictions, but i have vagal afib. wants to switch my flecanide to dysopyramide. what is your opinion? thanks
1 doctor answer
Dr. Donald Colantino answered
60 years experience Internal Medicine
Afib: There are various antiarrythmics for the treatment of afib and dysopramide is one of them and these medications may be used to prevent, stop or lower the ventricular response to afib. Anticoagulants May also be prescribed except in very low risk patients. I recommend that you follow your cardiologist's advice as he/she knows all your findings.
Answered on Aug 4, 2015
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