arrhythmia


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15% patients were having severe hypomagnesaemia and all of these patients have torsade de pointes as the presenting arrhythmia suggesting that severe hypomagnesaemia is an important cause of torsade de pointes.
The outcome of interest was a new-onset ventricular arrhythmia, defined as an arrhythmia episode in a patient with no prior record of arrhythmia during the previous 365 days.
sup][5],[6],[7] As arrhythmia cannot be prevented completely, it is important to investigate the associated risk factors to decrease the incidence rates significantly.
Tests are concluded and it is verified that the arrhythmia has reverted.
The ablation procedures were performed in eleven arrhythmia patients including atrial fibrillation patients in Prague at Homolka Hospital, led by electrophysiologist Vivek Reddy, MD, director of arrhythmia services at The Mount Sinai Hospital and the Mount Sinai Health System, and Petr Neuzil, MD, director of Cardiology, Homolka Hospital.
The good news for Arrhythmia comes courtesy of Micron Products, which "manufactures components, devices and equipment for medical, military, law enforcement, industrial and automotive applications,'' according to its Sept.
Prior to the recording of ECG data, patients provided written informed consent and answered a short set of questions (supplementary file 1) to identify patients who had or were likely at risk of arrhythmia.
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.
Combined with the new PENTARAYA Nav Catheter, you can reduce the number of required catheter maneuvers to quickly diagnose any arrhythmia.
Chest pain is one of the most common symptoms of an often ignored and prevalent problem called arrhythmia that affects 2 per cent of the population.
For this purpose, the risk factors with respect to postoperative arrhythmia following the Fontan operation have been evaluated in previous studies (1-4).
Animals exposed to DE had increased sympathetic modulation, prolonged ventricular depolarization, and shortened repolarization periods, and they developed arrhythmia at lower doses of aconitine than controls.