Current scientific literature presents conflicting evidence regarding the association between the commonly prescribed antibiotic, azithromycin, and the likelihood of cardiac events. As a widely used medication, azithromycin is prescribed over 30 million times per year in the United States and is considered one of the safest antibiotics on the market due to its lower arrhythmogenic activity. However, prior studies have found a potential connection between the medication and cardiovascular events.

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