bradycardia

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abnormally slow heartbeat

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Radiological and Other Investigations Categories Number Percentage ECG Sinus Bradycardia 56 24% Chest X-ray Left lower lobe consolidation 06 2.6% Pleural effusion 06 2.6% Echocardiogram 03 1.3% Pericardial effusion Other Radiological Findings Gall bladder oedema 48 19.3% Ascites 22 9.4% Pleural effusion 22 9.4% Free fluid Morrison pouch/pelvis 06 2.6% Pancreatitis 06 2.6% Table 3.
in a case series of 88 patients with TC reported sinus bradycardia in nine patients [5].
Upon engagement of the ascending aorta with an FL 3.5 catheter prior to the insertion into his left coronary artery, the patient developed sinus bradycardia, with an HR of 39 beats per minute and BP of 117/42 mmHg.
We present the case of a patient hospitalized due to bacterial meningitis that developed intractable symptomatic sinus bradycardia during his hospitalization and was chosen to undergo a permanent pacemaker placement until an observation by the night staff of the hospital was made.
(4) Therapeutic hypothermia did increase the risk of newborn sinus bradycardia and thrombocytopenia.
A 12 lead electrocardiogram showed sinus bradycardia with non-specific st-t changes.
Echocardiography findings were normal, and Holter monitoring only revealed sinus bradycardia. Thyroid functions were monitored closely without any medical treatment, along with his vitals.
Electrocardiographic features of arrhythmic syncope * Non-sustained VT * Bifascicular block (LBBB or RBBB combined with left anterior or left posterior fascicular block) or other intraventricular conduction delay with QRS >120 ms * Sinus bradycardia (<50 bpm or sinoatrial block in absence of negative chronotropic medications or physical training) * Pre-excited QRS complex * Prolonged or shortened QT interval * RBBB pattern with ST elevation in V1--V3 (Brugada pattern) * Negative T waves in the right praecordial leads, epsilon waves, and ventricular late potentials suggestive of ARVC ARVC = arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy; LBBB = left bundle branch block; RBBB = right bundle branch block; VT = ventricular tachycardia.
Between DEX infusion and 1 min after tracheal intubation, an intravenous injection of 50 mg phenylephrine was administered if blood pressure was low (systolic blood pressure <90 mmHg or diastolic blood pressure <60 mmHg), or an intravenous injection of 0.5 mg atropine was administered if severe sinus bradycardia (HR <50 bpm) occurred.
The differential diagnosis of fetal bradycardia includes sinus bradycardia, nonconducted atrial bigeminy, and congenital heart block.
Severe sinus bradycardia average pulse rates were 35 bpm in anorexia patients and 34 bpm in EDNOS-Wt patients.
Also, in a patient presenting with syncope due to sinus bradycardia, core body temperature evaluation is necessary.
Initial Examination: On physical examination, his pulse was 56 beats per minute (sinus bradycardia) and blood pressure 120/80 mmHg.
Bradycardia maybe a common manifestation of general conduction system disease or iatrogenic, due to medications used for atrial fibrillation rate control [3], which is characterized by a spectrum of arrhythmias including sinus bradycardia, sinus pauses, atrial fibrillation or flutter, and paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia.