Tikasyn

Were you looking for information about Tikosyn? Tikasyn is a common misspelling of Tikosyn.
 
Tikosyn® (dofetilide) is a drug prescribed for use in adults who have atrial fibrillation (commonly referred to as "a-fib") or atrial flutter. These are types of irregular heart rates (known medically as arrhythmias). Tikosyn works by getting the heart rate back to a normal rhythm and helping to maintain it.
 
Potentially dangerous side effects may occur with this medicine, including a potentially life-threatening heart rhythm problem. Also, you may not be able to use Tikosyn if you have certain medical conditions, such as severe kidney disease or certain allergies.
 
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