bradyarrhythmia


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bradyarrhythmia

 [brad″e-ah-rith´me-ah]
bradycardia associated with arrhythmia; the rate is 60 beats per minute or less. It is caused by conditions such as sinus bradycardia, sinoatrial block, and atrioventricular block.

bra·dy·ar·rhyth·mi·a

(brad'ē-ă-ridh'mē-ă),
Any disturbance of the heart's rhythm resulting (by convention) in a rate less than 50 beats/minute.
[brady- + G. a- priv. + rhythmos, rhythm]

bradyarrhythmia

A heart rhythm in which there is an arrhythmia combined with a rate < 60 beats/minute.

bradyarrhythmia

A heart rhythm in which there is an arrhythmia combined with a rate < 60 beats/min

bra·dy·ar·rhyth·mi·a

(brad'ē-ă-ridh'mē-ă)
Any disturbance of the heart's rhythm resulting in a rate less than 60 beats per minute.
[brady- + G. a- priv. + rhythmos, rhythm]
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Limb leads--Admission EKG:Sinus bradyarrhythmia, 45-60 bpm, QRS axis at -45 degrees, left anterior fascicular block, a premature atrial contraction with incomplete compensatory postextrasystolic pause (red arrow) and one isolated premature ventricular contraction with RBBB morphology (black arrow), negative T waves in aVL
Dittrich et al., "Night-time bradyarrhythmia in a patient with mild obstructive sleep apnea syndrome is reversed with CPAP treatment," Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, vol.
Bradyarrhythmias in patients with OSA are related to the apnoeic episodes and over 80% are found during REM sleep.
Relation of daytime bradyarrhythmias with high risk features of sleep apnea.
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].
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].
Following intensive supportive care for metabolic acidosis, hypotensive shock, and bradyarrhythmia, her acidosis resolved, her blood pressure stabilized, and she became conscious.
Patients with severe bradyarrhythmia should not use this product; pregnant women should use it with caution.