Lanoxin Article

If your healthcare provider has recommended Lanoxin® (digoxin) for your heart condition, you may have questions about how it works, what to expect, and how to take it. The information in this article will give you some basic facts about the drug and hopefully answer some of your questions.
 
Lanoxin is approved to treat:
 
It comes in the form of a tablet and an injection. When the tablet form is used, it is generally taken once a day, with or without food. The injection is usually administered by a healthcare provider. Most people tolerate Lanoxin well, but side effects may include nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
 
Lanoxin works by increasing the amount of calcium and potassium inside heart cells. This helps the heart contract more forcefully with each heartbeat so that it is more efficient at pumping blood throughout the body. It also slows down the rate at which the heart beats.
 
(To read the full-length article on this drug, click Lanoxin. Topics discussed in this overview include available strengths, generic availability, what to do if you take too much, and more.)
 
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