Disopyramide (Rythmodan - Roussel) is an anti-arrhythmic drug for oral use which is being promoted as a ‘new cardio-specific for myocardial conduction control’ suitable for all types of rapid arrhythmia. It was first shown to be active in animals in 1962.1
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