arrhythmia


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The report provides an analysis of arrhythmia partnering deals.
This kind of condition where the heart rate of a person can fluctuate or remain irregular is called arrhythmia.
Atrial Fibrillation (AF) is the most prevalent arrhythmia, and is a leading cause of stroke among people 65 years and older.
The heart not beating to the steady lub dub rhythm can mean that you could be suffering from arrhythmia, during which the heart may seem to skip a beat or beat irregularly.
Different from the literature, we aimed to evaluate the preoperative hemodynamic parameters and whether or not the right or the left ventricles supporting the systemic circulation as a "dominant ventricle" pose a risk for postoperative arrhythmia.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Giving antiarrhythmic medications in the 6 weeks after ablation for atrial fibrillation cut the rate of clinically significant arrhythmias and the need for cardioversion or hospitalization.
Mr Morgan, who will visit the cardiac unit at the University Hospital of Wales this morning, said, "Having had a heart scare of my own during the summer, I know how vital and very welcome this extra funding will be to help cardiac patients suffering from arrhythmia.
The Arrhythmia Alliance says that the condition, leading to sudden cardiac arrest, is the number one killer in the UK, more than breast cancer, lung cancer and Aids combined.
A fit of temper can trigger a potentially life-threatening heart arrhythmia, according to research conducted at the Center for Arrhythmia Prevention at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.
In this case, the artifact has the appearance of an arrhythmia.
ANDREW Mitchell MP has met Trudie Lobban, chief executive of Arrhythmia Alliance, to discuss the needs of Sutton Coldfield patients suffering with heart problems.
They sometimes mistake mild arrhythmia, or rhythm disruption, for a deadly spasm and shock the heart unnecessarily, causing pain but no permanent harm.
The three-day event, being organised by the charity Arrhythmia Alliance, is the first opportunity for health professionals, patients and decision makers to debate the standards of treatment and care given to people with heart rhythm disorders in the UK.
Taking fish oil supplements reduced the episodes of irregular heartbeats in a study of 65 people with cardiac arrhythmia.
The researchers also reported that the recent Cardiac Arrhythmias Suppression Trial (CAST) "showed an even higher rate of death from arrhythmia in patients after myocardial infarction treated with antiarrhythmic drugs compared to patients assigned to placebo.