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What do you suggest if my ECG test indicated 1st -deg atrioventricular block,complete right bundle branch block.what should I do now?
ECG : Best to consult an electrophysiologistGet a more detailed answer ›
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No: There are some genetic conditions associated with heart block, some associated with deafness. In these cases, the heart block is permanent. If your heart block is transitory, it may be related to some medications you are taking (if any) or underlying conditions, depending on your age. You should see a doctor to determine if further tests or treatments (e.g. Pacemaker) are needed. ...Read more
AV block: Fatigue is typical of complete av block, common with second degree av block and unusual with first degree av block. ...Read more
My ECG test indicated 1st -deg atrioventricular block,complete right bundle branch block. What are my next steps?
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