bradydysrhythmia

bradydysrhythmia

 
an abnormal heart rhythm with rate less than 60 beats per minute in an adult; the term bradyarrhythmia is usually used instead.

bradydysrhythmia

/brady·dys·rhyth·mia/ (-dis-rith´me-ah) an abnormal heart rhythm with rate less than 60 beats per minute in an adult; bradyarrhythmia is usually used instead.
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Prophylactic lidocaine is no longer recommended because of an increased incidence of bradydysrhythmias and associated asystole.
It is theoretically contraindicated to use MAP in cases of bradycardia and bradydysrhythmias or in conditions in which increasing the refractory period of the SA or AV node would be contraindicated such as first, second, or third degree AV heart blocks, SA node exit blocks, sinus pauses, and sinus arrest.
Ipecac administration is relatively contraindicated following ingestion of cardiotoxic, highly vagomimetic plants that can cause nausea, vomiting, and bradycardia; often progressing to bradydysrhythmias, conduction blocks, and ventricular tachydysrhythmias.