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1-hour loading dose with Sotalol IV1

A faster2 way to initiate sotalol for Atrial Fibrillation, Atrial Flutter, & Ventricular Tachycardia.
Safety - Sotalol IV

Safety

Quickly assess patient response to sotalol at chosen therapeutic levels

Efficiency - Sotalol IV

Efficiency

Schedule flexibly along with the ability to initiate for 80* or 120mg oral dosing

Patient Satisfaction - Sotalol IV

Patient Satisfaction

Potentially shorten hospital stays and individualize treatment

Resource Management - Sotalol IV

Resource Management

Potentially increase bed availability, simplify patient management, and shorten loading regimen

Consider a fast, efficient way to initiate or uptitrate sotalol in patients who require rate and rhythm control with a history of AFib, AFL, or V-Tach.1

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REFERENCES
1 Sotalol IV [package insert]. Chicago, IL: AltaThera Pharmaceuticals; 09/2023.
2 BetaPace AF (sotalol hydrochloride) [Full Prescribing Information]. Zug, CH: Covis Pharma; 06/2023.

Highlights of Prescribing Information

Boxed Warning, Indications, and Important Safety Information

WARNING: LIFE THREATENING PROARRHYTHMIA

Sotalol can cause life threatening ventricular tachycardia associated with QT interval prolongation. To minimize the risk of drug induced arrhythmia, initiate or uptitrate intravenous sotalol in a facility that can provide continuous electrocardiographic monitoring and cardiac resuscitation [see Dosage and Administration (2.3) and Warnings and Precautions (5.1)].
Do not initiate intravenous sotalol therapy if the baseline QTc is longer than 450 ms. If the QTc prolongs to 500 ms or greater, reduce the dose or discontinue. (2.3)