FDA Warnings – Some Cholesterol and Heart Drugs Don’t Mix

“The U.S. government says patients taking some common medications for high cholesterol and irregular heart beats can suffer severe muscle damage because of a problem in the way the drugs interact.”  This is illustrated in a report by CTV news.

The danger is to patients taking more than 20 mg a day of Zocor, generic Zocor or Vytorin with the heart rhythm drug marketed as Cordarone or Pacerone.  “A previous warning dating back to 2002 about the drug interaction apparently has not put an end to the problem”

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DISCLAIMER: The publisher does not claim to be a health care professional of any sort.  This blog is intended for informational purposes only and should not be used as a guide for diagnosis and/or treatment of any disease.  If you have ay health problems, it is advisable to seek the advice of a health care professional.

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