bradycardic


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Related to bradycardic: bradyarrhythmia, brachycardia, bradycardic arrhythmia

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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After NO-synthase inhibition, the hypotensive response induced by OEMV was attenuated significantly as compared to control; however, the bradycardic effect of OEMV was not changed (Fig.
One ETT was replaced following intubation due to a suspected leaking cuff--this polytrauma patient became bradycardic following positive pressure ventilation; paramedics instituted two minutes of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and began an adrenaline infusion before handing the patient over to helicopter staff.
The reflex bradycardic sensitivity was also significantly higher in TH than SH (p < 0.
Ten minutes into the procedure the pulse oximetry readings decreased from 96 to 80%, and the patient became profoundly hypotensive (40/25 mmHg) and bradycardic.
On examination he was afebrile, hypertensive (blood pressure of 189/78 mm Hg), bradycardic (heart rate of 46 beats per minute) with a normal respiratory rate (20 breaths per minute), and had a normal arterial oxygen saturation (SpO2 of 100% on 2 L/min nasal cannula).
The maintenance of intact ATP molecules in solution is critical for the unique bradycardic effects of ATP, in particular its blockade of atrio-ventricular nodal conduction.
Soon after, the patient became significantly hypotensive (70/40) and bradycardic with a heart rate in the 30s.
Upon arrival to the NTSICU, the patient's GCS score was 5 (1 = eye opening, 1 = verbal, 3 = motor) and he was becoming more bradycardic, from 45-55 beats per minute.
The experiments of the hemodynamic effect of isoproterenol after pretreatment with the triterpenoids, pointed out that the vasodepressor and bradycardic effects of the test compounds may be due to [beta]-blocking activity, similar but less potent to that of propranolol.
New directions in antiarrhythmic therapy being explored for AF include novel formulations of class I antiarrhythmic agents, coupling agents that act upon connexins, specific bradycardic agents, and serotonin receptor antagonists.
Experimental studies using l(f) channel blockers, which have pure bradycardic effects, have shown different results, according to the HF model used, and the clinical effects of long-term HR altering on HF are unknown (6).