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Can An Echo Be Taken While In Sinus Tachycardia
I'm 24 year old female 140 lbs 5'7. I've been diagnosed with sinus tachycardia. Doc says due to anxiety which I don't have. Should I get an echo done?
Commend yourself if you do not have Anxiety due to stress.
Sinus tachycardia is usually a response to normal physiological situations-Stress, Anger, Exercise.
Other causes can be:
•Intake of stimulants such as Caffeine, Nicotine, Cocaine, or Amphetamines
See Physician for Diagnosis, status of your heart; discuss need for Echo, and Treatment. ...Read more
In anatomy, a sinus is a cavity within a bone or other tissue. Most commonly found in the bones of the face and connecting with the nasal cavities. Sinus (anatomy), description of the general term paranasal sinuses, air cavities in the cranial bones, especially those near the nose, including: the maxillary sinuses, also called the maxillary antra and the largest of the ...Read more
Is an ejection fraction of 50% on echo anything to worry about? Have sinus tachycardia when standing / after meals and pvcs/pacs.
Is sinus tachycardia and pvcs dangerous? Echo/holter/blood/thyroid tests were ok. Dr wanted to give beta blocker but I don't want to take medication.
Yes it can be danger:
At age of 23 this rhythm problem could be dangerous and have to have an underlying cause. There may be irritability of the myocardium to cause pvcs and tachycardia
you need to follow the treatment adviced by your doctors to take beta blockers and need to follow up for your rhythm. Also cut down on coffee and do not take any over the counter meds without consulting your doctors, as that can cause it. ...Read more
Tachycardia when eat or stand. Echo, ct angio, ecg, holter, stres test all normal. Mild reflux and acid, dr say appropriate sinus tachycardia. What is this?
Sinus tachycardia: "Sinus" means normal - your tachycardia arises from a normal area of your heart and conducts thru your heart normally. Your tests confirm that you do not have heart disease. If you're bothered by your heart rate, a betablocker (medication) can slow your heart to treat your symptoms, but if you're not bothered other than when you measure your HR, no treatment is necessary. ...Read more
Have sinus tachycardia/pvcs/sinus arrhythmia/palpitations. 23 years old. Normal ecg/echo/blood tests. What are my chances for cardiac arrest?
Understand the terms: At 23, possibility of cardiac arrest is remote even with family history. SINUS TACHYCARDIA is a rapid, otherwise normal beat. SINUS ARRYTHMIA refers to the normal variation in pulse rate with the breathing cycle seen in young athletes. PVCs are extra beats generated in lower chamber for many reasons, rarely serious. PALPITATIONs are literally the awareness of your heartbeat caused by any of these. ...Read more
Ekgs good (sinus tachycardia). Chest xray. Blood work. Cardiac enzymes. Ct angiogram ok. Echo and stress test on wednesday. Is it safe to say all is w?
With you heart?: Yes...Only thing not mentioned is arrhythmia. ..Rest easy you've been evaluated about thoroughly as anyone could be. ...Read more
What's the difference : PSVT and Sinus Tachycardia? Been told have nocturnal Sinus Tachycardia since my early 20's lasts few mins with fast regular BPM
See below: PSVT comes in bursts and frequently is symptomatic, while ST is usually more persistent. Your history of mitral valve surgery frequently makes you more likely to have this, and Ventolin can make it worse. There are other inhalers that are not as likely to cause it--see your doctor. It can also mean that your mitral valve needs more attention. Inderal can make asthma worse, by the way. ...Read more
Can Bisopralol 2.5mg be taken in the evening rather than morning if your diagnosed with Norcturnal Sinus Tachycardia?
Talk to your doctor: Sinus tachycardia refers to a fast heart rate i.e. Over 100 beats per minute. This is normal after exercise. Some people have a rapid resting heart rate. This places an increased oxygen demand on the heart. Normal hearts can tolerate this. Diseased hearts may not tolerate this and subsequently injury occurs due to a lack of oxygen reaching the heart muscle. Talk to your doctor re: your concerns. ...Read more
Fast heart rate: Tachycardia means fast heart beat. Sinus node is the structure where normally heart rhythm and beat is originated, and it naturally responds to stimuli when the heart needs to beat faster. Inappropriate sinus tachycardia is when the heart is beating fast, when it shouldn't. ...Read more
Challenging: IST is a difficult and challenging condition to treat and requires patience from both the patient and the physician. A combination of counseling and medicines are often required. Medicines often used include sedatives, beta blockers, digoxin alone or in combination. A drug not available in the US Ivabradine also useful. In extreme cases, done rarely is ablation of the sinus node ...Read more
It can: Some patients do not have any symptoms. However, sustained v-tach is likely to cause hemodynamic compromise (your heart cannot supply blood to vital organs) and is a risk factor for sudden cardiac death. There may also be no pulsation with v-tach which you would not be able to tell! If this is a concern, er is a good place to be asap. ...Read more
How and why: No one knows why one has syndrome of inappropriate sinus tachycardia. Typically it occurs in slight of frame young females. Thyroid disease and orthostatic hypotension need to first be excluded. The diagnosis you question is a diagnosis of exclusion: it is defined as a heart rate over 100bpm shown on ekg to be sinus in origin occurring in absence of structural heart disses and metabolic disorders. ...Read more
Sinus tachycardia: Sinus tachycardia is a normal rhythm when appropriate to the physiologic situation. When inappropriate sinus tachycardia is present, it requires physician diagnosis and evaluation. ...Read more
Further work up: You need further work up including at least a chest X ray and an echocardiogram (heart ultrasound). Your heart rate should not be so fast especially at rest, and a right axis is not the usual form. Important to exclude potentially dangerous conditions like a pulmonary embolus or other cardiac conditions. All the best to you! ...Read more
If persistent: Not if they're sporadic but only if persistent (meaning day and night for weeks on end). Sinus tachycardia will slow at night when you sleep and won't lead to any heart damage. If your hr is persistently elevated at >150, it's likely not sinus tachycardia but another type of tachycardia and that can cause tachycardia mediated cardiomyopathy. ...Read more
Beta blockers: Beta blockers are effective treatment - have you tried one? ...Read more
Causes of sinus tachycardia during exercise in athlete? HR is overly high for me and increases very quickly. I'm an elite athlete. 17.
There R many causes-: -but 2 find out Ur cause, U need 2 talk 2 Ur parents as they R the gatekeepers of Ur med care. U need a wrk up by a cardiologist. ...Read more
Are this Results Anything to Worry About? Rate: 67- 94; PR:. 14-.16; QRS:. 11; QT:. 34 SVPB (S), SUPRAVENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA, SINUS TACHYCARDIA
Depends: Follow up closely with your cardiologist, just providing certain values of your EKG is not sufficient for appropriate evaluation. This conversation is best had with your cardiologist, not your internet doctors. ...Read more
Depends: Some people are more aware of their heart heart beats than others. By in itself sinus tachycardia is not life threatening but can be be uncomfortable. The more important issue is -is the tachycardia appropriate? And what causes it? Your doctor will tell you after his/her evaluation ...Read more
Unfortunately your: Question is not clear. Do you mean what medications are safe to take to treat sinus tachycardia or do you mean what medications are safe to take to treat a different problem when you have sinus tachycardia? Please ask a clearer question so we can help you to get the answer you want. ...Read more
http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/sinus_tachycardia.
An echocardiogram (also called an echo) is a type of ultrasound test that uses high-pitched sound waves that are sent through a device called a transducer. The device picks up echoes of the sound waves as they bounce off the different parts of your heart. These echoes are turned into moving pictures of your heart that can be seen ...Read more
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