Published in Cardiovascular Business Week, April 22nd, 2008
"At the time of admission, the patient was asymptomatic and not taking any medications known to be associated with QT prolongation. During hospitalization, she developed episodes of Up without any provocable cause," wrote A. Amchentsev and colleagues, State University of New York.
The researchers concluded: "This case highlights the occurrence of Up secondary to...
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