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A 50-year-old male asked:

odd palpitation 3-10fast beats in person like myself, normal lv function,no history loss of consciousness no family history of nsvt would be innocent?

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Palpations: You will need to get evaluated because of your recent surgery with at least and ECG but maybe more. If it happens again I would recommend you sooner rather than later.

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