Quindex Extendtabs is a type of anti-arrhythmic used in the treatment of irregular heartbeats. This type of medication works by making your heart more resistant to abnormal activity.
This medicine is taken in the form of an oral tablet, usually three to four times per day, depending on what your doctor has prescribed. It is also available in an extended-release tablet which is generally taken two to three times per day.
Common side effects often associated with Quindex Extendtabs include diarrhea, stomach pain, cramps, dizziness, lightheadedness, fatigue and an overall weakness in the body. If the side effects do not go away or seem to be getting progressively worse, contact your doctor or other medical professional for assistance.
Quindex Extendtabs is also prescribed by doctors to treat malaria. It may occasionally be prescribed for other purposes, as directed by your doctor.