bradycardia


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  • noun

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abnormally slow heartbeat

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And consultant obstetrician Dr Alan Mathers concluded: "There is a reason to be suspicious that some voluntary action has led to the foetal bradycardia events".
In three cases, a "rechallenge with HCV treatment in the setting of continued amiodarone therapy resulted in recurrence of symptomatic bradycardia," according to the Gilead letter.
Risk factors for severe bradycardia during oral clonidine therapy for hypertension.
Bradycardia was reported in three of 34 patients who received high dose ribavirin.
This maintains excitable cells in a depolarized state, in which they behave like cholinergic agents and cause dose-dependent hypotension, bradycardia and respiratory-rate depression (3).
Bradycardia resulting from vagal stimulation secondary to peritoneal or pleural irritation, or the triggering of the oculocardiac or trigeminocardiac reflexes is also not uncommon intraoperatively.
For hypotension, determine whether the patient has concurrent bradycardia or has tachycardia.
The define Bradycardia as an abnormally slow resting heart rate (under 60 beats per minute).
To the Editor: In a recent letter to Emerging Infectious Diseases, Lateef and colleagues identified a relationship between dengue and relative bradycardia in patients in Singapore.
Interpretation: Sinus bradycardia with an intermittent wide QRS rhythm (accelerated ventricular escape rhythm versus ventricular pacing) and a premature junctional contraction (PJC).
In new medical guidance for England and Wales published today, the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) promotes the expanded use of dual-chamber pacemakers for treating slow heart rhythms, called bradycardia, which affect an estimated 100,000 people in the UK.
Our patient then developed hypotension and an inappropriate bradycardia with heart rates in the 40s.
Other maternal indications in this group consisted of uterine myomas (15%), arrest of labor (12%), bradycardia (6%), fetal anomalies (6%), multiple gestation (3%), and failure to descend (3%).
Clonidine--may cause fatigue, bradycardia and/or heart block.
Pauses in breathing, called apneas, and a slowing heartbeat, known as bradycardia, are routine problems faced in the NICU.