arrhythmia

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The primary end-point was freedom from any atrial arrhythmia > 30 seconds, more than 91 days from the epicardial procedural date as defined in the guidelines at 12 month follow-up.
It should be removed by surgical excision because of risk of atrial arrhythmia like PAC which may degenerate into atrial tachycardia or atrial fibrillation, LAA clot formation and embolic stroke.
A particularly striking finding in this series was the low 4% rate of recurrent atrial arrhythmias during years 3-6 of follow-up, and the 5% rate between years 6 and 10.
The retrograde left atrial pressure has been related to wall stress and subsequently to the development of electrophysiological conditions that favor the occurrence of atrial arrhythmia.
Cardiome has three late stage clinical drug programs focused on atrial arrhythmias, congestive heart failure, and hyperuricemia (gout).
That in term would again predict why CAE patients are more prone to ventricular arrhythmia and atrial arrhythmia consequently.
The 100 mg dose prolonged the median time to first symptomatic recurrence of an atrial arrhythmia to 41 days, more than double the median time to first recurrence for patients on placebo.
Conduction delay at the atrial septum may persist beyond secundum ASD closure due to atrial septal stretching and may contribute to the long-term atrial arrhythmia substrate in this condition (18).
CHICAGO -- Adults with congenital heart disease who develop atrial fibrillation or another atrial arrhythmia have more than twice the subsequent mortality and triple the hospitalization rate of those without atrial arrhythmias, Dr.
A 55-year-old ACHD patient in the Quebec study had a 20-year-risk of atrial arrhythmia of 38%.
Given the current interest in neurocardiology with respect to atrial arrhythmia formation, these data indicate that such events are not necessarily preceded by bradycardia and that they appear to be dependent on discrete neural elements within the intrinsic cardiac nervous system.
Roy reported on 336 patients with atrial fibrillation of 3 hours' to 45 days' duration who were randomized 2:1 to RSD1235 or placebo in the double-blind Atrial Arrhythmia Conversion Trial 1 (ACT 1).
An association between milder degrees of renal impairment and the atrial arrhythmia has not previously been reported, according to Dr.
reported that treatment with omega-3 fatty acids reduced the burden of paroxysmal atrial arrhythmia by 67% in a group of pacemaker patients seriously affected by this rhythm disorder.