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  • Beta Blockers Save Lives in COPD Patients After Heart Attacks [hide all summaries]
    (May 2014)
    If you have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and suffer or have suffered a heart attack, you should be treated with a beta blocker. Such treatment could save your life. Find out why and learn which beta blockers are safest for COPD patients.
  • Quetiapine (SEROQUEL) Drug Interactions and Heart Trouble [hide all summaries]
    (December 2011)
    Find out about 12 drugs that can interact with widely prescribed quetiapine -- 12 million prescriptions sold in 2010 -- to cause serious, sometimes fatal, heart arrhythmias.
  • Drug Mix-Ups [hide all summaries]
    (June 2011)
    This article lists 355 drugs with names that are often confused with similar-sounding drug names. Find out what you can do to prevent getting the wrong drug.
  • Potassium Increases Due to Drug Interactions Can Be Dangerous [hide all summaries]
    (November 2008)
    One of the most common drug interactions occurs when patients take two or more drugs that can each increase blood potassium levels. The resulting condition, hyperkalemia (increased blood potassium levels), can cause nausea, fatigue, muscle weakness or tingling sensations, as well as heart abnormalities, showing up as an abnormal electrocardiogram. In some cases it can be fatal. The article lists 50 drugs which, especially when used in combination, can cause hyperkalemia.
  • Stronger Warnings for the Fluoroquinolone Antibiotic Gatifloxacin (TEQUIN) [hide all summaries]
    (May 2003)
    Stronger warnings have been added to the professional product label, or “package insert,” for the fluoroquinolone antibiotic gatifloxacin (TEQUIN) about possible heart rhythm disturbances and problems with blood sugar control. This drug was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in October 2001 and its marketing brought to nine the number of fluoroquinolone antibiotics on the market.

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