cardiac arrhythmia

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The therapeutic plausibility of utilizing the ACh pathway in the treatment of cardiac dysrhythmias through supplementing oral precursors requires both that (1) oral supplementation be able to raise ACh levels in the neurons; and (2) those increases demonstrate clinical effects.
Severe cardiovascular manifestations such as cardiac dysrhythmias, pulmonary oedema and cardiac failure, which are often associated with scorpionism in other regions of the world, are not such a prominent feature in southern Africa.
13,14] Cardiac dysrhythmias can be induced in an animal model by focusing shockwaves at the apex of the heart.
85)] during the 3 high-exposure days and 5 subsequent lag days was increased compared with other days, whereas visits for myocardial infarction and cardiac dysrhythmias were not increased for the same time periods in exposed or referent counties.
Metabolic Alkalosis - Clinical Manifestations cardiac dysrhythmias seizures; confusion; muscle twitching, agitation >pH;>HC03; normal PaCo2 or elevated if compensation occurs
Warnings related to the risk of sudden death and cardiac dysrhythmias associated with desipramine have been added to the label of the tricyclic antidepressant, according to the Food and Drug Administration.
Also added is the statement that "seizures precede cardiac dysrhythmias and death in some patients.
Symptoms secondary to the electrolytic disorders mentioned include ataxia, paralysis, coma, cardiac dysrhythmias [5], nausea, anaemia, respiratory and cardiac failure, acute tubular necrosis secondary to rhabdomyolysis, constipation, ileus and varying degrees of confusion leading even to delirium.
He adds that research has shown strong links between OSA and an increased risk of hypertension, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, cardiac dysrhythmias, stroke and diabetes.
In a meta-analysis of clinical characteristics of 299 carriers of LMNA gene mutations, the ECG findings revealed cardiac dysrhythmias in 92% of the patients after the age of 30 years and heart failure was reported in 64% after the age 50 (18).
Treatment of a goiter with thyroxine has questionable positive value and puts the patient at considerable risk for the problems of hyperthyroidism such as cardiac dysrhythmias and especially osteoporosis.
Presently the committee recommends the recognition and assessment of the following conditions: neurogenic shock, cardiac dysrhythmias, orthostatic hypotension, autonomic dysreflexia (AD), temperature dysregulation, and hyperhidrosis (Figure).
Cardiac dysrhythmias have been observed in some North American patients (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC], unpub, data) (22).
The cause of death was given as cardiac dysrhythmias - abnormal heart rhythm - caused by an overdose of his medication.