Digitek, also known as Digoxin, is a medication used to treat congestive heart failure and abnormal heart rhythms. It is available via prescription under a number of brand names, including Digitek.
On April 25, 2008, Digitek was subject to a nationwide recall when it was discovered that all oral strength tablets of Digitek contained twice the approved level of active ingredient. Before it was recalled, the double-strength Digitek tablets were reported to have caused a number of injuries, including cardiac instability and death.
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