Features February 2013 Issue

Common Atrial Fibrillation Drug Linked to Higher Mortality Rates

Recent research raises questions about digoxin, a widely used medication that has been around for many years.

One of the oldest drugs still used to treat the heart rhythm disorder known as atrial fibrillation (AF) is associated with higher death rates among AF patients.

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