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Cardiac Dysrhythmia Signs And Symptoms
Arrhythmia: Look at this site: http://medicalcenter.Osu.Edu/heart/conditions/pages/conditions/inheritedarrhythmiadisorders.Aspx.Get a more detailed answer ›
Maybe: In many cases the answer is no. In some cases there may be signs of underlying coronary artery disease. So increasing episodes of chest pain, chest pressure, or chest fullness maybe associated with shortness of breath, nausea . If this discomfort is provoked by exertion and becomes increasingly easy to provoke and even occurs at rest, this is a potential sign of trouble and needs evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Heart stops...: In cardiac arrest, the heart stops beating. So, the person will be unconscious, unarousable and have no pulse and not be breathing. The person is clinically dead and CPR needs to be performed immediately and an AED used, if available. Call 911 immediately and they will instruct you on what to do before professional help arrives. ...Read more
What are the signs and symptoms of left sided heart failure associated with decreased cardiac output?
Swelling: The left side of the heart pumps blood throughout your body. When it fails, it decreases blood flow to organs. This can cause kidney injury, liver injury, fatigue, shortness of breath with little exertion, swelling of the feet and legs, fluid build-up in the lungs, and difficulty sleeping flat due to shortness of breath. Medications and diet are important for this disease! ...Read more
What are the signs and symptoms of left sided heart failure due associated with decreased cardiac output?
Congestion: Breathlessness, especially with exertion. Easy fatigability. Impaired exercise capacity. These are early signs. Without treatment, one becomes short of breath resting, especially when lying down (orthopnea) and at night (paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea). Eventually the right heart also fails leading to swelling (edema), abdominal fluid (ascites and effusions), and cachexia (wasting). ...Read more
Sometimes none: Coronary disease may have no symptoms until a heart attack occurs. The most common symptom is chest tightness, felt under the breastbone, though it may be felt in the jaw or left arm. "angina" is chest pain that comes with physical or emotional stress, when the heart is working harder. The pain o a heart attack is similar but can come at rest and lasts longer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on cause: Cerebral dysrhythmia is a term describing an EEG pattern which could be due to epilepsy, migraine, head injury, or any other problem which can affect brain adversely. Therefore clinical correlation is required to pin down cause, and then appropriate interventions can be started. ...Read more
Oh no!: "heart exploding" conjures up all sorts of terrible images! please don't say that! are you having racing heart beats or irregular heart beats? Are you having chest pressure? Your description suggests a severity that may better served via a formal exam with either a pcp or else a cardiologist. Use caffeine? Stop. If you use recreational drugs or smoke cigarettes then don't. A holter monitor usefu. ...Read more
Disorganized activity of 7-8 c/sec alpha theta mix with delta waves nearly symetrical & synchronous over both hemisphere
general cerebral dysrhythmia?
EEG abnormalities: This is an old term for various abnormalities of the electroencephalogram. While i'm not a neurologist or electroencephalographer, i'd caution you against folks who may interpret these in a way that is not evidence-based. Especially if you've been told that this will be reflected in behavior or reflects a need for medication or supplements without clear symptoms, get another opinion. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What does this mean? The findings are suggestive of a left temporal dysrhythmia in addition to a deeply situated dysfunction projecting to the cerebral hemisphere bilaterally.
it is complex: From an eeg report? An area in the l temporal area(on the side of the brain where sensory stimuli, visual memories and language are processed) where they see and abnormal rhythm, as well as something abnormal deep in the brain(the part that controls more basic things like breathing and wakefulness) that goes out to both sides of the brain(where thinking and information processing occurs). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is premature ventricular contraction a health risk and what are the precautions needed by a client having this kind of dysrhythmia?
Cerebral dysrhythmia left frontal/temporal lobes Causing emotional outbursts. What could be appropriate treatment for adults?
Facial paralysis: Sudden onset of one-sided paralysis or weakness of facial muscles (usually onset in minutes or hours) which may be associated with reduced blinking from one eye, excessive tear production, altered speech and swallowing, ringing in the ear, sensitivity to loud noise, altered taste, prickly numb facial sensations, ear pain. ...Read more
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