Published in Hepatitis Weekly, April 23rd, 2001
Although doctors say they are familiar with Long QT, the survey suggests they do not fully understand its symptoms or who is at risk.
Long QT is associated with heart rhythm disorders and is becoming an increasingly urgent problem as widely prescribed drugs, such as the heartburn agent Propulsid and the antihistamine Seldane, are removed from the market. Other QT prolonging drugs, such as the antipsychotic Mellaril, remain...
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