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What about in those patients with AF?

Reascher:What about in those patients with AF?


Prof. Jessup : Physicians often times use the wrong drugs to slow heart rate or they may combine a calcium antagonist drug in someone who has a poor ejection fraction and that is the wrong thing to do. I think that the guidelines that came out today are very helpful.

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Comment by fayaz mujtaba on May 20, 2011 at 10:46am
is calcium channel blockers are contraindicated in all patients with low Ef or only those who are in failure or decompensated state.


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