Taking class of commonly-prescribed antibiotics more than doubles your chance of a 'leaky valve'
8 days ago - By Daily Mail
Researchers at the University of British Columbia found patients using fluoroquinolone antibiotics were 2.4 times more at risk of developing aortic and mitral regurgitation.
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Beware: Commonly Used Antibiotics can Lead to Heart Problems
8 days ago - By Medindia Health
Patients who use ciprofloxacin and other fluoroquinolone, which are commonly prescribed antibiotic drugs, can increase their risk for heart problems.
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