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BOF: 3.80

 

You are in the clinic with your consultant and you see a patient who is on flecainide for Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome. Your consultant asks you what the mechanism of action of flecainide is. You reply that flecainide acts by:

 

a)      Blocking beta-adrenergic receptors

 

b)      Acting as a calcium antagonist

 

c)      Blocking sodium channels

 

d)      Blocking potassium efflux

 

e)      Increasing vagal activity

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