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Although cardiac sodium channel blocking drugs can exert antiarrhythmic actions, they can also provoke life-threatening arrhythmias through a variety of mechanisms. This review addresses the way in which drugs interact with the channel, and how these effects translate to clinical beneficial or detrimental effects. A further understanding of the details of channel function and of drug-channel interactions may lead to the development of safer and more effective antiarrhythmic therapies.
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Released February 29, 2020