bradycardia

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abnormally slow heartbeat

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More serious medical conditions, such as bradyarrhythmia and hypertension, have also been diagnosed in snorers.
Thus, although AV node reentry is typically thought of as causing tachyarrhythmias, in this circumstance, because of resetting of the sinus node and lack of ventricular contraction with the echo beat, it can present as bradyarrhythmia.
Until the late 1960s, a diagnosis of bradycardia, alternatively known as bradyarrhythmia, was tantamount to a death warrant for any dog affected by the condition, which stems from a defect in the heart's ability to allow the proper generation or conduction of electrical signals to regulate heartbeat.
Lactic acidosis and bradyarrhythmia in a child sedated with propofol.
During the chronic phase of SCI, several investigators have reported a higher incidence of bradyarrhythmia in persons with tetraplegia but rarely in persons with paraplegia [24-25].
Phenytoin--induced cleft palate: evidence for embryonic cardiac bradyarrhythmia due to inhibition of delayed rectifier K+ channels resulting in hypoxia-reoxygenation damage.
Excigen's initial focus will be on developing gene therapy treatment options for atrial fibrillation, a condition which results in irregular, erratic, and rapid heart rhythm, and for bradyarrhythmia, a condition which results in the heart beating too slowly.
The trial medication was discontinued before 48 hours of treatment in 5 patients because of stroke, hypotension, or bradyarrhythmia, but these patients were still included in the analysis.
It was 11:00 PM and we were 10 minutes from the hospital I called the nurses with whom I work and asked if I could come in for an ECG to document this bradyarrhythmia.
She had been hospitalized since May 13, and her illness was diagnosed as bradyarrhythmia and angina after thorough checks, according to the agency.
Arrhythmia: sinus pauses exceeding 2s, prolonged sinus bradycardia, slow atrial fibrillation, supraventricular tachycardia or ventricular tachycardia associated with symptoms which improved with appropriate therapy or, in the case of drug-induced bradyarrhythmia, with cessation of treatment [22].