Sotalol 40 mg
Beta Cardone 40 mg
Beta Cardone is a medicine that is epically formulated for the treatment of serious irregular heartbeat problems called arrhythmias. The medicine contains sotalol, a beta blocker, which is used to control the rhythm of your heart. It is necessary to make your heart beat regular and normal, especially if you have conditions like angina, heart failure, or have ever had a heart attack. The medicine is also helpful in lowering high blood pressure and reducing anxiety.
Clinical uses of Beta Cardone
Beta Cardone contains the active ingredient sotalol, which is prescribed to keep the heartbeat normal in people with certain heart rhythm disorders. Sotalol is a beta blocker that is known to affect heart and blood circulation through arteries and veins. It slows down the heart rate and makes it easier for your heart to pump blood to your body organs.
Prefer talking beta cardone tablets exactly as your health care specialist has told you. Your health care provider will choose the right dose after analyzing your condition and other related factors. Your dose will be clearly shown on the prescription that your health care provider has given you. Carefully follow the directions while taking the medicine. If you are not sure about how to take it, talk to your health care specialist. Swallow each tablet with water. If you are advised to take only one tablet a day then take it first in the morning. Never exceed the prescribed dose. Also, do not stop treatment without discussing with your health care provider even if you feel better. Stopping the treatment suddenly may make your condition worse.
Potential Side Effects
The medicine beta cardone can cause side effects, which can affect people in different ways. Check the list of the side effects below that is known to be associated with the use of sotalol:
- Irregular heartbeats
- Shortness of breath
- Slower than a normal heartbeat
- Dizziness or light-headedness
- Low blood pressure
- The inability of the heart to pump enough blood
- Excessive fluid retention in the body tissues
- Mood changes
- Muscle cramps
- Feeling weak or tired
- Sexual problems
You may or may not experience these side effects of Sotalol. Sometimes you experience other side effects that are not listed above so consult your health care specialist in that case.
It is necessary to let your health care specialist know about medicines you are already taking including those non-prescription, vitamins, and herbal supplements before you start the treatment with a beta blocker medication. Also, check with your health care provider before taking any new medication to make sure that the medication is safe. Avoid taking the following medication with Sotalol:
Be cautious while giving Beta cardone tablets to people with heart failure, diabetes, decreased kidney function, enlarged heart, abnormal muscle weakness, and long term diarrhea.
The medicine should not be used by people with uncontrolled heart failure, asthma, COPD, blockage of the arteries, very slow heart rate, and irregular heartbeat.