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Detailed Description

Description: Antiarrhythmic Agent
Other Names forthis Medication: Cordarone®, Pacerone®
Common Dosage Forms: Veterinary: None. Human: 100 mg, 200 mg, & 400 mg tablets.

Key Information
This drug has not been used often in dogs, and therefore not all side effects are known. Most commonly reported side effects seen in dogs are vomiting and lack of appetite.
Consult your veterinarian if there are any unexpected effects.
May interact with other medications. Make sure your veterinarian is aware of all medications and supplements your animal is receiving.
Do not miss important follow-up visits with your veterinarian while your animal is taking this medication.

How is this medication useful?
Amiodarone is used to treat heartrhythm abnormalities. The FDA (U.S. Food & Drug Administration) has approved this drug for use in humans, but it is not officially approved for use in animals.
The FDA allows veterinarians to prescribe and use human products containing this drug in animals in 
certain situations. You and your veterinarian can discuss why this drug is the most appropriate choice.

What are the side effects ofthis medication?
Side effects that usually are not serious include: Lack of appetite or vomiting in dogs.
If either of these signs are severe, worsen, or continue to be a problem, contact your veterinarian.

Side effects that may be serious or indicate a serious problem:
Liver toxicity. Signs that might be seen include vomiting (dogs); severe or bloody diarrhea; lack of appetite; yellowing of eyes, skin, or gums (jaundice); tender or painful abdomen (stomach); bleeding;
seizures (convulsions); or severe changes in behavior.
Low energy level or collapse may indicate a heartrate or blood pressure thatis too low.
Blood test abnormalities. Deposits on the eye; changes in eye color.
If you see any of these signs, contact your veterinarian immediately. Because amiodarone is not used commonly in animals, be sure to contact your veterinarian if yo have any other concerns about your
animal while taking this medicine.

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