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Cardiac tamponade is collect of either blood, pus or fluid in sac around the heart resulting in reduction of filling of ventricles leading to haemodynamic compromise. It is life threatening condition.
it can be caused by infection, injury, post heart attack, malignancy, associated with certain disorders like rheumatoid arthritis, SLE, radiation etc.
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The Heart: Cardiac translates literally to "heart, " and any place the term is seen, such a substitution generally works. ...Read more
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Several kinds: 1st degree-conduction through the av node is >20 ms. 2nd degree type 1, av conduction lengths till a beat is dropped. 2nd degree type 2: beats drop randomly. 3rd degree:there is complete block between the atrial and the ventricles. Bundle branch block: a pathway below the av node (in the ventricles) is blocked - can be right or left. The left has 2 fasicles. ...Read more
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Talk to your: Doctor and let him know you are nervous. Commonly, when I auscultate female patients they should be without bra, cover by gown with a female nurse present. ...Read more
Somewhat: Extensive collaterals can be very protective. It is even possible to have a heart attack with no symptoms, and no perceivable damage if the collaterals are developed enough at the time of a vessel occlusion. On the other hand, having occluded vessels secondary to cholesterol plaque isn't exactly "healthy", even though you are feeling well. ...Read more
No.: I think there is increased reporting via media, therefore increased public awareness. Think about all the sports events played everyday in the world and all the players who walked off the field healthy. No one reports this fact, but one sudden death lights up the web. Same bias with air crashes and other "news.". ...Read more
Stents: Could have lots but in practice if it looks like a lot would be needed, patient would probably have coronary bypass instead. ...Read more
Chest xray: There are certain technical factors associated with a PA view of the chest which can interfere with judging cardiac size. You need to discuss your situation with your Doc, it could easily mean nothing related to your body but be a technical issue. ...Read more
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Sotalol is used to control rapid heartbeats and abnormal heart rhythms.
This medicine is a beta-blocker. It works by affecting the response to nerve impulses in certain parts of the body, like the heart. As a result, the heart beats slower and at a regular rhythm.
This medicine is available only with your doctor's prescription. ...Read more
Structural differenc: Types of Muscle Tissue. Both skeletal and cardiac muscles appear striated, or striped, because their cells are arranged in bundles. Smooth muscles are not striated because their cells are arranged in sheets instead of bundles. ...Read more
I am a fan of: P90x. And I don't have any shares. A complete body work out. Fat burning, endurance and cardio in one. If follow you get amazing results. ...Read more
Yes: Many cardiac conditions can be associated with an irregular heart beat. ...Read more
Exercise intensity: The intensity of exercise is usually classified according to the maximal heart rate for each individual. If the heart rate is < 50 % of maximal predicted (mild), moderate 50-70% and severe > 70% of maximal predicted. It is usually reccomended to exercise at moderate intensity. ...Read more
Post Cath: You don't say where your pain is. In general pain post cath isn't common. You should contact the catheterizing Doc and discuss with that person. ...Read more
Good question!: I'm not aware of any differences but we do know that the epidemiology of heart disease is somewhat different in women than men, likely due primarily to hormonal influences. But it's an area that could use a little more research! ...Read more
Daily: The american heart association recommends regular walking exercise 30 minutes daily. ...Read more
I'm 9.4 weeks. U/S report says Growth is good but no cardiac activity. Is there any chance of activity starting late..
Follow up ultrasound: Usually cardiac activity start at 8 weeks, but sometimes there is miscalculation. Do a followup ultrasound after a week. ...Read more
Iam a smoker for the past 20 years& iam aged 45. If I start jogging for 30 minutes daily can I avoid cardiac disorders?
Smoking & Exercise: Quitting smoking is the first step toward healthier future. Talk to your doctor to recommend the right exercise for you. ...Read more
Abnormal heart beat: There are many kinds of arrhythmias. They can be short or long lasting. Some arrhythmias, if sustained, can affect how the heart pumps blood or can predispose to forming blood clots in the heart. If you think you have an arrhythmia, consult a physician. ...Read more
Multiple: Causes include ischemic heart disease, heart attacks, problems with conduction system, a dilated heart, infections, and drugs to name a few. Treatment depends on the type of rhythm and the rate and symptoms. ...Read more
RF ablation: Ablations are procedures used to treat abnormal heart rhythms. Normally, electricity in your heart flows in a very organized manner. Sometimes, there is either a abnormal focus of electrical discharge or something akin to a short circuit in your heart. Ablation procedures uses heat enegy (rf) to create a scar in your heart and break the source of abnormal electrical rhythms. ...Read more
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