Ivabradine for inappropriate sinus tachycardia

Br J Cardiol 2009;16:151–2 Leave a comment
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A patient with inappropriate tachycardia is described who failed to respond to beta blockers or calcium channel blockade but had clinical improvement with ivabradine. The heart rate slowing with this drug was illustrated by the change in the R–R interval histogram.

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