Buy Betapace (Sotalol)

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeBetapace80 mg$99.99
drug typeBetapace160 mg$101.99

Generic Equivalent of Betapace

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeSotalol80 mg$67.99
drug typeSotalol160 mg$60.99

Betapace Information

How And Where To Buy Betapace Online?

Shop online at and get the best price on the brand Betapace and its generic Sotalol with a valid prescription from your doctor. We are a CIPA-approved Canadian pharmacy offering a wide selection of medications for Sustained Ventricular Tachycardia at huge savings. At Canadian pharmacy world, your health is our priority. For more information about us or any inquiries, kindly reach us via mail, fax, or dial the toll-free number 1866-485-7979.

Are there Alternative Names for the Brand Betapace?

The brand Betapace comes from Australia also called Sotacor manufactured by Bristol-Myers Squibb. The generic Sotalol comes from Canada and New Zealand by a different manufacturer.

What Dosages and Forms are Betapace Available in?

The brand Betapace and its generic Sotalol are available in the strength of 80 mg and 160 mg tablets.

What is Betapace Used for?

Betapace (Sotalol) is a prescription medicine used to treat abnormal heart rhythms, including atrial and ventricular arrhythmias. Heart rhythm problems (heart arrhythmias) is a condition that occurs when the electrical signals that coordinate the heart's beats don't work properly and cause the heart to beat too fast or too slow. The active ingredient in Betapace is Sotalol. Sotalol belongs to the class of medication called Antidysrhythmic (class III Antidysrhythmic and non-selective beta blocker). It works by slowing down the heartbeat rate, allowing the heart to beat usually and at regular intervals. In addition, Sotalol may be used for other medical conditions not mentioned in this guide.

What are the Possible Side Effects of Betapace?

If you experience any of the following common side effects, contact your doctor or pharmacist immediately:
• chest pain;
• Dyspnea;
• Diarrhea;
• Fatigue;
• Lightheadedness;
• Palpitation

Stop using Betapace and contact your doctor right away if you have any of the severe side effects such as:
• Confusion;
• Extreme pain in the extremities;
• Feeling dizzy and sudden fall;
• New onset of tachycardia or worsening of symptoms;
• Sudden drop in blood pressure;
• Vomiting that doesn't stop

This is not a complete list of the adverse effect of Betapace. Kindly contact your doctor or pharmacist if any of the above-listed side effects last longer than usual or worsen.

Are there any Precautions and Drug Interactions for Betapace?

Betapace and its generic Sotalol come as a tablet and should be taken orally. You should use it according to your doctor's prescription. Your dose depends on your symptoms' severity and your treatment response. Betapace (Sotalol) is usually taken twice a day. You can take the Betapace tablet with or without food. Ask your doctor or pharmacist to explain any part you do not understand. It would be best to know that Sotalol does not cure arrhythmias but help to control the symptoms. You should continue taking Sotalol for the whole period it was prescribed, even if you feel well. Do not stop taking Sotalol without talking to your doctor. If Sotalol is stopped suddenly, it may cause chest pain or a heart attack. Discuss with your doctor if there are no changes in your heartbeat despite being regular on Sotalol medication for proper assessment or review of your medicine.

You should not take Betapace and inform your doctor about your medical history, especially if you have or have had:
• Diabetes mellitus;
• Heart diseases;
• Hyperthyroidism;
• Kidney disease;
• Liver disease (including hepatitis B infection);
• Low blood pressure or you are using antihypertensive medicines;
• Lung diseases, including asthma

Inform your doctor if you are pregnant or plan to get pregnant while using Sotalol for Ventricular tachycardia or other abnormal heart rhythms. Arrhythmias are worsened with pregnancy, and Sotalol crosses the placenta during pregnancy. You should discuss the risks and benefits of using Sotalol during pregnancy. Sotalol passes into breast milk in a significant amount and may be harmful to the baby. Do not take Sotalol while breastfeeding a baby. Discuss with your doctor before breastfeeding.

Tell your doctor about all the medications you use, including prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, herbal products, and vitamin supplements, to prevent drug interactions that might be fatal to your health. This interaction may make your drug less effective, cause adverse effects, or potentiate other drugs' actions. For example, there may be a drug interaction between Betapace and other medications, such as:
• Amitriptyline;
• Artemether/lumefantrine;
• Chlorpromazine;
• Erythromycin;
• Goserelin;
• Haloperidol;
• Ketoconazole;
• Promethazine

Betapace Storage and Safety Information

Store your medicine at room temperature, 68°F to 77°F (20°C to 25°C). Keep the Sotalol tablets in the container that it came in and keep the container tightly closed. Keep your drugs out of reach of children.

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