increased risk of bradycardia and fainting in patients taking cholinesterase inhibitors

You'll start hearing about an increased risk of bradycardia and fainting in patients taking cholinesterase inhibitors...Aricept, Exelon, and Razadyne.

TV ads imply that children who love their aging parents should get them on one of these drugs soon after dementia symptoms appear...to extend the parents' quality time.

It's a balance between risks and benefits.

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