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Letter to the Editor

Ziprasidone and Hypokalemia: A Case of 2 Predisposing Factors for QTc Prolongation Without Development of Torsades de Pointes

B. Rush Simpson Robert P. Albanese, Jr

Published: June 15, 2005

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Letter to the Editor

Ziprasidone and Hypokalemia: A Case of 2 Predisposing Factors for QTc Prolongation Without Developement of Torsaes de Pointes


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