cardiovert

car·di·o·vert

(car'dē-ō-vert),
The act of cardioversion.

car·di·o·vert

(kahr'dē-ō-vĕrt)
To subject to cardioversion.
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My heart was beating over 200 times a minute and they were going to cardiovert me, where they put the paddles on you and stop and restart your heart.
It is important to be able to pace and cardiovert in this situation, as adenosine may result in atrial arrhythmias, in addition to the anticipated bradycardia.
Dofetilide acts faster than amiodarone (90% of patients cardiovert within 36 hours with dofetilide) and has been shown to be safe in patients with myocardial infarction or HF, the 2 groups that are at a higher risk of developing proarrhythmic side effects.
Based on completed clinical trials, BRINAVESS is effective, fast acting and well tolerated, and provides acute care physicians with an opportunity to pharmacologically cardiovert recent-onset AF patients including those with no or moderate structural heart disease.
For patients like this, the best approach is to cardiovert but withhold further treatment for atrial fibrillation to see what course the disease takes.
Since BRINAVESS[TM] was available in Sweden,0x20clinicians at Skane University Hospital have0x20used it to cardiovert over 250 recent onset atrial fibrillation patients to normal sinus rhythm achieving successful cardioversion in 70% to 80% of patients, which is almost 50% higher than what was achieved in clinical trials.
Other ventilators, including the PB 840, cycled unintentionally when the phone's power was as low as 16 mW Also, a defibrillator showed interference on its EGG tracing and would not synchronize or cardiovert with a phone 6 inches away The researchers, who presented their findings at a San Antonio meeting sponsored by the Society of Critical Care Medicine, said the interference usually cleared when the cell phone was more than a foot away They concluded that understanding this phenomenon could help in creating policies for wireless phone use in hospitals.
E[acute accent]The ALERT(R) CS/RA Catheter System replaces existing electrophysiology catheters, allowing the EP physician to not only perform routine diagnostic procedures with the patented CS/RA, but also easily cardiovert atrial fibrillation to normal heart rhythm during the procedure.
The first was a retrospective study of 1,887 external cardioversion procedures in 1,361 patients, which demonstrated that the ZOLL RBW was shown to successfully cardiovert patients weighing 300 to 430 pounds, with an average energy reserve of 37 joules (J), achieving a 100% success rate.
Patients with chronic AF (unable to cardiovert into sinus rhythm) are not included in the study.