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Dr. Warren Foster
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Supraventricular Tachycardia (Definition)

A condition in which the electric impulses that control the pace of the heart are not ...Read more


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Any homeopathy remedies for WPW and svt?

Any homeopathy remedies for WPW and svt?

WPW: Wpw is a serious condition if its causing symptoms and having tachycardias. Using unproven methods to treat potentially life threatening problems is not a good idea. ...Read more

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Is there homapathy for WPW and svt?

Is there homapathy  for WPW and svt?

No, no, and no!: The best treatment for symptomatic WPW is radiofrequency catheter ablation. Even allopathic drugs are not usually an adequate treatment. Wpw is potentially serious with heart rates of 220-300 or more and curable. Don't mess with it. Svt can be handled with medication in many cases or ablation when meds fail or aren't tolerated. ...Read more

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I have SVT have taken lopresser for 12 years 50 mg twice a day.. It usually works great for svt, also used to work for hypertension until recently. My?

Time diminshes all: It's not that the metoprolol loses is efficacy - it's that BP rises with age. Just like everything else, we decay with age. Sorry. No one is immune. (not even doctors!). ...Read more

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how to perform a Valsalva Maneuver for SVT? If it didn't work, what other maneuver that I can do safely?

Valsalva: A valsalva maneuver is bearing down as if having a bowel movement, or forceful exhalation against a closed airway as in closing mouth pinching nose shut while pressing out as if blowing up a balloon. Also massaging the carotid artery just under the angle of the jaw can arrest svt but do this sitting down or laying down as the drop in pulse can be dramatic. ...Read more

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How does catheter ablation cure svt?

How does catheter ablation cure svt?

Very effectively.: The supraventricular tachycardia is a short-circuit of the normal heart conduction pathways. Usually there is a small area that, if removed, would Prohibit the circuit from conducting and therefore block the svt. The catheter tip generates rf energy to scar the heart tissue in a small area, which prevents it from conducting electricity. ...Read more

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