Cocktail of prescription drugs contributed to cardiac death 

A man who died in prison of cardiac failure was taking five prescribed torsadogenic medicines at the time. A NSW coroner found it was likely that morbid obesity and cardiomegaly, along with the concurrent use of these medicines, caused the cardiac arrythmia that killed 37-year old Edward Haenga at a Sydney prison just months before ...

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