An Eminent Anti Antiarrhythmic Drugs Manufacturer, Exporter and Supplier in India
As an eminent global name in the world of pharmaceuticals, we at Weefsel Pharma, are manufacturing and exporting a vast list of core and allied pharmaceutical products.
We have proven our specialization in pharmaceutical drugs with perfection and hence we get thronged with huge demand from international market round the year. Among these, the category of antiarrhythmic drugs has taken up much pace along with some other medicines.
|Diltiazem ER Tablets||120mg, 180mg, 240mg, 30mg||View|
|Verapamil Tablets||40mg, 80mg||View|
|Verapamil Tablets (SR)||120mg, 240mg||View|
|Lidocaine Injection||1%, 2%||View|
|Diltiazem Tablets||30mg, 60mg, 90mg||View|
|Amiodarone Tablets||100mg, 200mg||View|
What are Antiarrhythmic Drugs?
Antiarrhythmic medicines are pharmaceutical drugs; that are often been referred to as cardiac dysrhythmia medications. In other words, these medicines are a group of pharmaceuticals that are used to suppress abnormal rhythms of the heart or cardiac arrhythmias.
Cardiac Issues cured by Antiarrhythmic Drugs
- Atrial fibrillation
- Atrial flutter
- Ventricular tachycardia
- Ventricular fibrillation
Types of Antiarrhythmic Drugs
Classifying the different types of antiarrhythmic agents is a difficult job. The difficulty lies with the fact that many of the antiarrhythmic agents have multiple modes of action, making any classification imprecise. However, there is a broadly accepted classification that is known as the Vaughan Williams classification of antiarrhythmic agents. They can be arranged as follows:
- Class I agents act with the sodium (Na+) channel.
- Class II agents are mostly Beta-blockers.
- Class III agents act with potassium (K+) efflux.
- Class IV agents interfere with calcium channels and the AV node.
- Class V agents work by other or unknown mechanisms.
In respect to the management of atrial fibrillation, classes I and III are used in rhythm control as medical cardioversion agents, while classes II and IV are used as rate-control agents.
Administration of Antiarrhythmic Drugs
Most of the antiarrhythmic medications may be administered intravenously and orally, as per the severity of the patient's condition.
Among the Class-I antiarrhythmic agents, Procainamide and Lidocaine are administered intravenously since their primary use is acute treatment; while Adenosine should be administered via proximal IV as a rapid bolus infusion, followed by a saline flush.
Different dosages available for Antiarrhythmic Drugs manufactured by Weefsel Pharma