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Berge Markarian
@bergem

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Tikosyn for A Fib

Posted by @bergem, Oct 6, 2017

I went to Mayo Clinic in MN, for evaluation of my dyspnea and A Fib.I was told that Ablation success rate is low and the complications rate are high ( possibly due to my age 90 , CAD, 10 coronary stents ,etc), so they suggested Tikosyn which I am taking for 2 weeks now . Feeling better since, able to do treadmill for 35 min and 1.5 miles daily. Does anyone have any history of Tikosyn treatment?
Thank you
bergem

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Hi Didi,
Here’s some information about Tikosyn (dofetilide): http://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements/dofetilide-oral-route/description/drg-20063516

I’m tagging @2880 @vermontrob @crazyheart @predictable, and hope they will join in with some more information. Since Tikosyn belongs to the group of medicines known as antiarrhythmics, I’d also like to introduce you to @woodieryan @jimana who have written about antiarrhytmic drugs; do you have any insights to share with @bergem?

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