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Drug Name: Pacerone
Generic Name(s): amiodarone
Drug Class: Antiarrhythmics
Treats: Arrhythmia, ventricular arrhythmia

Pacerone is a medication that is categorized under the drug class group III antiarrhythmics. Pacerone is used in the treatment of specific types of irregular heartbeats that might be fatal to the patient. This medication should be used on patients who have not responded well to other drugs used to restore a regular heartbeat.

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Pacerone Uses

Pacerone is a prescription drug that treats persistent irregular beating of the heart. When a patient is diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat, other medications are given as an alternative to Pacerone. Pacerone is prescribed only when the condition is threatening the patient's' life or is repetitive. Pacerone works by hindering some electrical signals that are in motion within the heart and in most cases cause the irregular beat of the heart. This antiarrhythmic drug when administered correctly reinstates a stable, normal heartbeat. Below you will find the uses of Pacerone.

Pacerone Dosage

Pacerone should be administered exactly as prescribed by your health provider. Pacerone should be taken with proper meals because of the effect of food on absorption. Dosage may vary depending on the result of your diagnosis and on how you react to the medicine. It is not safe to change your dosage or stop using Pacerone before first talking to your physician. Taking Pacerone at the same time and the same way every day is important for consistency. Below you will find a typical dosage of Pacerone.

  • 800-1600 mg taken daily for 1-3 weeks
  • Your doctor may adjust the duration of your treatment or the dosage as necessary

Pacerone Side Effects

Pacerone has different results varying from one individual to another. Remember that Pacerone is prescription medicine, and you should follow instructions from your health provider. Sudden stoppage of administration of Pacerone can be fatal to the user. Some undesired effects are due to amiodarone the active ingredient in the medication and may at times require urgent medical attention. If you experience any persistent side effects, consult your health provider immediately. Common side effects associated with Pacerone include the following. Note that not all possible side effects are listed.

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Shortness of breath
  • Continuous cough
  • Constipation
  • loss of appetite
  • Swelling of ankles or legs
  • Shaking
  • Skin increased sensitivity to sunlight
  • Involuntary body movements
  • Tiredness

Pacerone Interactions

Interactions with Pacerone can lead to a different functioning of this medication. Interactions can also cause severe further adverse side effects and may be unfavorable to the user. It is important to inform your personal physician of any prescription and non-prescription medicine including short-term medications such as antibiotics that you may be using before beginning this medication. Pacerone should not be mixed with other forms of medications unless your physician approves its use. Some of the known interactions include the following. Note that not all possible interactions are listed.