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A critical care nurse is well aware that amiodarone (Cordarone) is normally reserved for use in patients with life-threatening dysrhythmias. In some cases, however, low-dose amiodarone may be used to prevent recurrence of
A)atrial fibrillation.
B)angina pectoris.
C)ventricular hypertrophy.
D)mitral valve regurgitation.
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Low-dose amiodarone may be a pharmacologic choice for preventing recurrent atrial fibrillation after electrical or pharmacologic conversion. Potassium channel blockers are not used to prevent valvular disorders, ventricular hypertrophy, or angina.

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