bradycardic


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brad·y·car·di·ac

(brad'ē-kar'dē-ak),
Relating to or characterized by bradycardia.
Synonym(s): bradycardic

bradycardic

adjective Referring to bradycardia.

bradycardic

adjective Referring to bradycardia
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A bradycardic phase was induced by a baroreflex-mediated decrease in heart rate in response to increased blood pressure caused by injection of PE.
Patient's breathing was shallow and heart rate was bradycardic.
Management of bradycardic and tachycardic heart rhythms, postural hypotension and podiatric concerns are all effective parts of a multifactorial approach to fall reduction.
In another study, Slipman and colleagues found three dural punctures, one vasovagal bradycardic response, one allergic reaction to local anesthetic leading to unresponsiveness, two allergic responses to contrast, and one posterior interosseous syndrome in their series of 888 procedures.
When the resident put pressure on the groin site to stop the bleeding, the patient became significantly bradycardic and eventually unresponsive.
Once in the PACU, Nurse Ardzzone noted Elisabeth's heart rate was bradycardic and she was "a little pale.
However, both indices can be misleading, because young patients tend to maintain their blood pressure even when there is ongoing haemorrhage, and some other patients paradoxically become bradycardic following massive blood loss (1).
A head elevated, body tilted position was associated with fewer bradycardic and hypoxemic events (prone, 15[degrees]) and following stabilisation, a prolonged head elevated tilt position of 30[degrees] did not result in any change of heart rate and blood pressure, or oxygen saturation in preterm infants.
On the following day, he became bradycardic and hypotensive and was administered atropine and dopamine.
Once he was found and paramedics arrived, he was apneic and severely bradycardic with no palpable pulse.
It is interesting to note that application of PAP therapy in a previously bradycardic patient causes their heart rate to reach non-bradycardic or normal levels .