heart block

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Synonyms for heart block

recurrent sudden attacks of unconsciousness caused by impaired conduction of the impulse that regulates the heartbeat

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If the patient develops complete heart block refractory to transcutaneous pacing, transvenous pacing should be tried, particularly if the patient has a condition which is likely to decrease chest wall impedance.
Of five women with a previous fetus affected by neonatal lupus--who thus are at increased risk of having a baby with congenital heart block--who were enrolled at press time in the Preventive IVIG Therapy for Congenital Heart Block (PITCH) study, three had given birth to babies without congenital heart block following IVIG treatment, one was still undergoing treatment but showed no fetal echocardiographic evidence of congenital heart block, and one had not reached 12 weeks' gestation and therefore had not begun treatment, principal investigator Dr.
Diagnosis: Neonatal lupus This infant has neonatal lupus erythematosus, a rare syndrome in which maternal autoantibodies are passively transferred to the baby and cause cutaneous lesions or isolated congenital heart block.
labeling 2002 Sauvignon Blanc Heart Block was an easy decision.
My report includes one hypertensive patient who had a complete heart block within hours after consuming his first diet cola.
Clonidine--may cause fatigue, bradycardia and/or heart block.
You may have developed a medical condition called a heart block, which is a type of arrhythmia.
First degree heart block is a simple prolonging of the PR interval beyond the normals for age (see Figure 7).
Nor should it be used in patients with mania, severe liver and/or kidney impairment, heart block, cardiac arrhythmias, or after a myocardial infarction.
In patients with complete heart block, physiological pacing improves a number of haemodynamic parameters.
Heart block is a condition in which the electrical signal cannot travel normally down the special pathways to the ventricles.
Thus far the only treatment for Lyme disease is oral penicillin, which usually prevents major complications; if meningitis or heart block occurs, penicillin is given intravenously in large doses.
The advantages of an algorithm that reduces unnecessary ventricular pacing, coupled with functions providing a detailed history of the course of heart block should offer a wealth of useful knowledge to physicians implanting pacemakers.
Overall, Three groups of cardiac conduction disorders were complete heart block 64(82.