Cordarone, also known as amiodarone, is used to treat heart irregulatries. Common side effects include allergic reactions, difficulty breathing, throat closing, lip swelling, tongue swelling, face swelling. Cordarone may also cause an irregular heartbeat, wheezing, coughing, chest pain, chest discomfort, yellowing of the skin or eye, shortness of breath, or fainting.
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Featured Articles on Cordarone October 21, 2001 - Aventis' Roussel-Uclaf fined 33 mln usd by US FDA June 8, 2001 - Letter: Safety-related changes and prescribing information regarding potentially or developmental side effects to neonatal or infant patients March 31, 1999 - Oregon App. Court Upholds $22 Million Award to Man Blinded by Cordarone