cardiac arrhythmia

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However, it may present with symptoms as nausea, vomiting, muscular hyperactivation such as spasms and tetany, seizures, prolongation of QT interval on the ECG, cardiac dysrhythmias, and alterations of mental status [34, 35].
Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) was developed to treat human urolithiasis three decades ago.[sup.1] It has been established as a safe and effective therapy for upper urinary tract calculi and has become the primary method of intervention for many urologists.[sup.2]-[sup.6] While serious side effects are rare, transient cardiac dysrhythmias (CD) may be associated with ESWL.[sup.7]-[sup.12] Such events have been documented at rates of 60% to 80% with early lithotripters and have led to the development of electrocardiogram (ECG)-gated shock wave delivery systems for management and prevention.[sup.11,13,14]
One example might be when a patient has an unstable cardiac dysrhythmia and a key analyte, such as potassium, is changing rapidly.
Several chapters discuss airway and oxygen emergencies; cardiac dysrhythmia management; and sedation, analgesia and patient observation.
Research for other treatments include drugs for rheumatoid arthritis, congestive heart failure, cardiac dysrhythmia, and hypertension.
* For cardiac dysrhythmia and prevention of sudden cardiac deaths--Implantable Biventricular Cardioverter [10].
The songwriter in Mayer was born after he was diagnosed with cardiac dysrhythmia and, shortly thereafter, "began suffering from panic attacks, and living with the fear of entering a mental institution."
We controlled for diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, congestive heart failure, peripheral vascular disease, cardiac dysrhythmia, liver disease, dementia, chronic renal disease, and nonacute stroke, using ICD-9 diagnosis codes and AHRQ's Clinical Classification codes.
It may lead to headache, agitation, confusion, loss of consciousness, convulsion and cardiac dysrhythmia (1).
Prior to the analysis, outcomes of interest were defined through ICD-9-CM codes for asthma (493), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) (491-492), pneumonia and acute bronchitis (481, 482, 485, 486, and 466), upper respiratory tract infections (URIs) (465), heart failure (428), cardiac dysrhythmia (427), and myocardial infarction (410, 411.1).
Joshua's cause of death, according to the state medical examiner's office in Boston, was cardiac dysrhythmia complicating hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, an inherited condition that affects approximately 1 in 500 people.
Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common cardiac dysrhythmia (Cutugno, 2015).
INTRODUCTION: Cardiac dysrhythmia that occur during the perioperative period can usually be explained on the basis of abnormalities of cardiac pulse conduction, re-entry or impulse formation, specific rhythm disturbances, arterial hypoxemia, electrolyte disturbances (Potassium, magnesium), Acid base disturbances, altered activity of autonomic nervous system, hypertension, intubation, myocardial ischemia, catecholamine's, volatile anesthetics, co-existing cardiac diseases can be associated with initiation of cardiac dysrhythmias.
Late last year, Morato was diagnosed with cardiac dysrhythmia, valvular heart disease, aortic stenosis, hypertension and chronic pulmonary disease.