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British Heart Rhythm Society Clinical Practice Guidelines on the Management of Patients Developing QT Prolongation on Antipsychotic Medication

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Pier D Lambiase, Joseph Paul de Bono, Richard J Schilling, Martin Lowe, Andrew Turley, Alistair Slade, Jason Collinson, Kim Rajappan, Stuart Harris, Jason Collison, Viki Carpenter, Holly Daw, Angela Hall, Eleri Roberts, Shona Holding, John Paisey, Mark Sopher, Ian Wright, Benedict Wiles, Francis Murgatroyd & 1 more David Taylor

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)161-165
Number of pages5
JournalArrhythmia and Electrophysiology Review
Volume8
Issue number3
DOIs
PublishedJul 2019

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Abstract

The British Heart Rhythm Society's Clinical Practice Guidelines on the Management of Patients Developing QT Prolongation on Antipsychotic Medication are written for heart rhythm consultants, primary care physicians, specialist registrars, nurses and physiologists who may be requested to review ECGs or advise on cases where antipsychotic-induced QT prolongation is suspected or proven. The guidance is adapted from the latest Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines in Psychiatry, published in 2018.

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