Antibiotics and heart disease
Antibiotics Heart disease
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 Common Antibiotics Cause Arrhythmias, Death And Everything Else
 Antibiotics taken by hundreds of thousands of people 'more than double the risk of sudden heart deaths'
[Media September 9, 2004] Study links antibiotic use, heart attack In patients taking erythromycin along with other drugs that increase its concentration in the blood, the risk of cardiac death was more than five times greater, Ray and his colleagues found. That translates to six deaths for every 10,000 people taking erythromycin for the typical two weeks while on the other drugs.