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cardiac toxicity are consumption of certain medicinal products such as bupivacaine or chemotherapy. Known to be cardiotoxic, the chemotherapy drugs belong to a family of chemo medicines called anthracyclines. These drugs are technically antibiotics, though they are very strong and would not be used against bacteria like most antibiotics. Damage of a toxin to the heart muscle is called heart toxicity. Cardiac toxicity may cause arrhythmias (changes in heart rhythm) or may lead to cardiac insufficiency. Cardiac failure doesn't mean your heart stopped or is about to stop.  

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