FDA links popular antidepressant with dangerous heart rhythym
Celexa is a class of antidepressant which is commonly used for depression. The FDA is reporting that doses of greater than 40mg may trigger abnormal changes in the electrical activity of the heart. Celexa has been labeled for use up to 60mg for certain patients even though studies have failed to show a benefit over 40mg in depression patients. This dangerous hearth rhythm may be fatal.