High Neutrophils Mitochondrial Toxicity

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Definition

Digitalis is a medication prescribed to certain heart patients. Digitalis toxicity is a complication of digitalis therapy, or it may be occur when someone takes more than a large amount of the drug at one time. (This is called an acute ingestion.)

The most common prescription form of this medication is called digoxin. Digitoxin is another form of digitalis.


Causes, incidence, and risk factors

Digitalis toxicity can be caused by high levels of digitalis in the body, or a...

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