Sotilol

Were you looking for information about Sotalol? Sotilol is a common misspelling of sotalol.
 
Sotalol hydrochloride (Betapace®, Sorine®) is a prescription medicine used for the treatment of various irregular heart rhythms. It comes in tablet form and is available in numerous strengths. The medication is taken by mouth, typically one to three times a day.
 
Since sotalol can cause life-threatening side effects, it should only be used if the benefits clearly outweigh the potential risks. You should talk to your healthcare provider before using this drug if you have asthma, diabetes, or heart failure.
 
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