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Is there a relationship between kidney function and bradycardia?
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Dr. Rick Koch
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
In brief: No
Unless you are on a medication like atenolol which is renally cleared.

In brief: No
Unless you are on a medication like atenolol which is renally cleared.
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Dr. Francis Uricchio
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
In brief: None directly
The most likely way that renal function might affect bradycardia would be reduced elimination of medications that are cleared from the body by the kidneys such as digoxin or sotalol.
As the kidney function worsens, the level of the medications build up in the blood, the heart rate slows, somtimes to dangerously slow rates.

In brief: None directly
The most likely way that renal function might affect bradycardia would be reduced elimination of medications that are cleared from the body by the kidneys such as digoxin or sotalol.
As the kidney function worsens, the level of the medications build up in the blood, the heart rate slows, somtimes to dangerously slow rates.
Dr. Francis Uricchio
Dr. Francis Uricchio
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