Supplemental Reading

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Cavero I et al. Drugs that prolong QT interval as an unwanted effect: Assessing their likelihood of inducing hazardous cardiac dysrhythmias. Expert Opinion Pharmacotherapy 2000;1:947-973.

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Nattel S and Singh BN. Evolution, mechanisms, and classification of antiarrhythmic drugs: Focus on class III actions. Am J Cardiol 1999;84(9A):11R-19R.

Reiffel JA. Drug choices in the treatment of atrial fibrillation. Am J Cardiol 2000;85(10A):12D-19D.

Roden DM and George AL Jr. The cardiac ion channels: Relevance to management of arrhythmias. Annu Rev Med 1996;47:135-148.

Singh BN and Sarma JS. What niche will newer class III antiarrhythmic drugs occupy? Curr Cardiol Rep 2001;3(4):314-323.

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