Pacerone Medication Information

If you have certain heart rhythm problems, your healthcare provider may prescribe a medication called Pacerone® (amiodarone hydrochloride). It is approved for use in people who have potentially life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias when other medications have not worked or cannot be tolerated.
 
Available as tablets, Pacerone is taken once or twice daily. Your specific dosage will depend on how you respond to the medication, the severity of your arrhythmia, and various other factors. Some of the potential side effects include fatigue, nausea, and vomiting.
 
Your healthcare provider will need information on any other medical conditions you have before starting treatment with Pacerone, as this medication can cause potentially serious and even life-threatening complications in some people. There are also some dangerous drug interactions that can occur, so make sure your healthcare provider is aware of all other medications, vitamins, and supplements you are taking.
 
(Click Pacerone to learn more about this medication, including detailed information on how it works, when and how to take it, and how to help minimize your risk for potentially dangerous complications.)
 

Pacerone Medication Information

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