Sotolol

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Sotalol hydrochloride (Betapace®, Sorine®) is a medication approved for the treatment of various irregular heart rhythms. It is available by prescription only and comes in tablet form. Sotalol belongs to two different classes of drugs (it is a beta blocker and Class III antiarrhythmic medication).
 
As a beta blocker, it slows the heart rate and increases the amount of time that the AV node is not responsive to an electrical signal. As a Class III antiarrhythmic medication, sotalol blocks potassium channels in the heart.
 
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