Rythmol and Sotalol

A healthcare provider may prescribe Rythmol® (propafenone) to maintain a normal heart rate or to treat certain heart rhythm problems. Because it belongs to a class of drugs known as antiarrhythmics, Rythmol should not be used in combination with certain other arrhythmia medications, including sotalol (Betapace®).
 
Rythmol works by slowing down the speed at which electrical impulses move through the heart. Thus, combining Rythmol and sotalol could increase the risk for a certain type of heart rhythm problem.
 
(To learn more, click Rythmol Drug Interactions. This Web selection takes an in-depth look at what may happen when Rythmol and sotalol are combined. It also provides a detailed list of a number of other medications and products that may cause interactions.)
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