No Change in Arrhythmic Horses after Human Heart Medication

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In an attempt to quiet the fluttering of horses' hearts caused by atrial fibrillation, researchers in Belgium found that a human medication does not restore a normal cardiac rhythm, despite reaching therapeutic levels.

Propafenone, an antiarrhythmic drug used with some success in human patients, does not appear to be a viable treatment option for horse

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