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Can Intrathecal Sufentanil Cause More Episodes Of Fetal Bradycardia
Intrathecal is an adjective that refers to something introduced into or occurring in the space under the arachnoid membrane of the brain or spinal cord. Another way the word is used is to refer to an intrathecal injection (often simply called "an intrathecal"). This is an injection into the spinal canal, more specifically into the sub-arachnoid space so that ...Read more
I'm 16 or 17 weeks I have no prenatal care and found out from the ER the baby has fetal bradycardia it's hr is 64 BPM help?
Fetal death: Very slow can cause fetal demise. Your OB would tell you if it was slow enough to be serious. ...Read more
Causes of bradycardia in pt. On mechanical ventilator for last 40days consider now ventilatory dependant was intubated for extensive mi?
Bradycardia: Medications and damage which occurred secondary to the mi would be my top choices. ...Read more
Yes : Guanfacine can cause bradycardia in rare instances - approximately 3% of patients experience this. Bradycardia can be more pronounced when Guanfacine is used in combination with certain other medications, such as a beta blocker. It is important to discuss potential side effects with your doctor, because for certain patients, certain risks may be outweighed by potential benefits, and vice-versa. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Slow heart rate is a symptom in which a person's heart rate (the number of heart contractions per minute) is less than normal for the average person of the same size, doing the same activities. For adults, slow heart rate usually means a rate below 50-60 beats per ...Read more
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