Asked by Madison Ringstaff 3 years ago.
Cardizem is a calcium channel blocker that is used to treat atrial fibrillation and/or supraventricular tachycardia. Either one of these problems may cause angina, but the main purpose of Cardizem is to treat the heart rhythm.
Answered by Karin Forkey 3 years ago.
Yes, it can be given for angina.
Answered by Annemarie Loeblein 3 years ago.
Please see the webpage for more details on Calcium Channel Blocking Agents.(Cardizem-brand name)
Answered by Wilhelmina Rockhold 3 years ago.
No, sometimes I steal condoms for vagina though,
Answered by Lavette Gleeson 3 years ago.
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