cardiac arrhythmia

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13,14] Cardiac dysrhythmias can be induced in an animal model by focusing shockwaves at the apex of the heart.
357 2,721 Myocardial infarction 444 189 255 202 242 (ICD-9 410,411) Heart failure (ICD-9 1,817 579 1,238 1,068 749 428) Cardiac dysrhythmias 1,756 538 1,218 937 819 (ICD-9 427) Respiratory/other 7,716 5,752 1,964 4,532 3,184 chest symptoms (786) Referent counties Respiratory outcomes All(a) 6,074 4,347 1,727 3,819 2,255 Asthma (ICD-9 493) 2,199 1,886 313 1,591 608 COPD (ICD-9 491,492) 1,158 558 600 601 557 Pneumonia and acute 1,815 1,146 669 1,039 777 bronchitis (ICD-9 481, 482, 485, 486, 466) URIs (ICD-9 465) 490 429 61 344 146 Cardiac outcomes All(a) 7.
Cardiac dysrhythmia is a term encompassing various types of irregular heartbeats - from annoying to life threatening.
Given limited data on both these published variables and lack of any comparative studies, we undertook a pilot study to compare FTc, BNP and central venous pressure (CVP) as predictors of fluid responsiveness in septic shock patients without cardiac dysrhythmia.
Of the five patients who had no head trauma, were oriented, had a history of seizures, and were eventually determined to need hospitalization, four had a complicating medical condition, and in all of those cases, the condition--a fracture, cardiac dysrhythmia, infected abscess, delirium tremens--was of the type that would be immediately apparent to a paramedic, Dr.
Of the five patients who had no head trauma, were oriented, had a history of seizures, and were eventually determined to need hospitalization, four had a complicating medical condition, In each of those cases, the condition--a fracture, cardiac dysrhythmia, infected abscess, delirium tremens--was of the type that would be immediately apparent to a paramedic, Dr.
max] has no significant association with cardiac dysrhythmia hospital admissions (p > 0.
released a report indicating there was no evidence of a catastrophic event, that there were no ruptured vessels identified and that the cause of death was ruled accidental as a result of cardiac dysrhythmia associated with Hypovolemia.
The researchers observed a statistically significant, positive association between cardiac dysrhythmia and CO, coarse PM, and EC < 2.
NMS can cause hyperpyrexia, muscle rigidity, altered mental status, irregular pulse or blood pressure, tachycardia, diaphoresis and cardiac dysrhythmia.
The study evaluated the use of Philips wireless technology versus a paging system to transmit messages regarding cardiac dysrhythmia alarms to nurses and practitioners.
NMS can cause hyperpyrexia, muscle rigidity, diaphoresis, tachycardia, irregular pulse or blood pressure, cardiac dysrhythmia, and altered mental status.
Beta-blockers, such as atenolol (Tenormin) and propranolol (Inderal), are used to treat hypertension, cardiac dysrhythmias and angina, as well as migraine and essential tremor.
Defibrillators: electrical devices that deliver therapeutic levels of energy to the heart muscle for the treatment of ventricular defibrillation, cardiac dysrhythmias, and pulseless ventricular tachycardia.
Also, Pour Memari's (1995) research on" the effect of applying Benson relaxation on anxiety and cardiac dysrhythmias of cardiac catheterization showed breathing rate increased in patients of control group in the second investigation [15].