Sinus arrest and Periodic paralysis - hypokalemic - from FDA reports
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On Oct, 17, 2017
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Sinus arrest (sinus pause) (latest reports from 1,308 Sinus arrest patients)
Periodic Paralysis - Hypokalemic
Periodic paralysis - hypokalemic (episodic attacks of muscle weakness associated with an decrease in serum potassium concentration) has been reported by people with schizoaffective disorder, tongue problems (latest reports from 5 Periodic paralysis - hypokalemic patients).