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How how would heart rate get if i had wolf-parkinson-white syndrome? my heart rate is usually in the 70s-80s. sometime 100+ during activity.

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Variable: WPW will cause heart rates in the high 100's up to 200's when triggered

Answered 10/15/2016

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Dr. Carrie Cannon answered

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WPW heart rate: The heart rate may accelerate from 120-200 beats per minute, but can also be associated with atrial fibrillation which can be in the 300's and even degenerate into ventricular fibrillation. It can also be normal. The pre-excitation syndrome can be diagnosed by ECG. Please see your PMD.

Answered 10/16/2016

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