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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Upon arrival to our facility, she was receiving intravenous infusions of dopamine at 20 [micro]g/kg/min and norepinephrine at 10 [micro]g/kg/min and remained hypotensive (92/55 mm Hg) and bradycardic (59 beats/min).
In subjects with heart failure, the bradycardic response is impaired during immersion (5).
The first one is bradycardic hypoventilation commonly observed with opioid use and characterized by increased end tidal carbon dioxide (ETC[O.sub.2]) and increased partial pressure of carbon dioxide (PaC[O.sub.2]).
An intensification of the activity of the muscarinic receptors (M2) involved in the regularization of the bradycardic stimuli, was stated as a subjacent mechanism of HR decrease during acclimatization in a hypoxic environment (Favret et al., 2001; Kacimi et al., 1993).
(Pic 4) "On March 27 a day after his surgery he had bradycardic episodes and cold extremities, he was intubated.
HR responses to MAP changes induced by sequential administration of SNP and PE included two phases: tachycardiac and bradycardic responses.
The baby was bradycardic and hypoxemic at birth and was consequently resuscitated.
Therefore, administration of indigo carmine may increase total peripheral resistance, resulting in elevated blood pressure followed by a bradycardic reflex [2-4].
He was detached from the ventilator and then bradycardic til asystolic.' A particularly poignant story was told by an ICU nurse (B14): 'Patient was fully conscious, but the family asked that treatment be terminated, citing the patient's "living will".
He was afebrile (36.8[degrees]C) but was found to be hypotensive, tachypneic and bradycardic (40 beats per minute (bpm)).
Combinations of premedication used Agents Respondents (N=87) n (%) Midazolam + suxamethonium + atropine 1 (1.15) Midazolam + atropine (when bradycardic) 5 (5.7) Midazolam alone 16 (18.4) Morphine + suxamethonium + atropine 7 (8.0) Morphine + atropine 2 (2.3) Morphine alone 7 (8.0) Morphine + atropine (when bradycardic) 2 (2.3) Ketamine + suxamethonium + atropine 6 (6.9) Ketamine + cisatricurium + atropine 1 (1.15) Ketamine + atropine 4 (4.6) Fentanyl + suxamethonium + atropine 1 (1.15) Propofol alone 1 (1.15) Suxamethonium alone 1 (1.15) Suxamethonium + atropine 4 (4.6) Atropine alone 7 (8.0) Atropine when bradycardic 3 (3.4) Answered 'yes' for premed, no agents ticked 19 (21.8) Table 5.