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Does Svt Sometimes Cause Seizures
Yes: Cardiac involvement in sarcoid is not uncommon but most pts experience arrrhythmias that are usually self limited. However some pts cand develop extensive granulomatous infiltration of the heart conduction system and are at risk for suuden death defibrillators have been of some help. Also pts with advanced fibrosi can develop a rv cardiomyopathy with increased potential for arrest. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What conditions can cause migraine, fast, sometimes irregular, heart rate and myoclonic jerks (all chronic)?
See a physician: On these are different conditions and may not be related. You should have a physician check you and determine the etiology of your symptoms. ...Read more
Rarely: Generally, Atenolol suppresses SVT. In rare cases, it can affect your heart to make some types of SVT worse. Also, it can rarely speed up the heart rate, by slowing down certain parts of the hearts electrical system more than others. Lastly, withdrawal from atenolol can make SVT worse, so don't stop the medication too abruptly. See a heart rhythm specialist for treatment options and evaluation ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
As codeine can cause respiratory depression, can it also cause right atrial enlargement or abnormal ECG findings?
Codeine: Very unlikely codeine would cause such cardiac issues. Overdose might result in secondary cardiac issues, but these would likely be acute. Right atrial enlargement takes more time to develop. "ECG findings" is pretty vague. At your age, if you have such cardiac issues, it is critical to be seen by a cardiologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Help plz! Can severe hypoxia cause bradydysrhythmias more often than ventricular fibrillation and why?
What type of cardiac conduction problems can adderrall cause if overused? Can it cause permanent svt?
Permanent SVT: Unlikely but may exacerbate svt.Get a more detailed answer ›
No damage if brief: SVT or supraventricular tachycardia is an abnormally fast heart beat that originates from the upper chambers of the heart. If the rapid heart beats are short-lived i.e. minutes or hours, and then the heart returns to normal there will be no damage. If the heart races for a long time i.e. weeks or longer, then there can be weakening of the heart pumping function. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
First comes a spark: Kindling is to epilepsy what a breeze is to a newly lit fire. Because seizures are basically electrical brushfires in the brain, certain stimuli (often simply more seizures) provoke bigger and badder seizures. Seizures beget seizures. For best control, get early control--before things are out of control, like a forest fire. ...Read more
Brain Damage: Yes.Get a more detailed answer ›
Carbon dioxide: This is the main "driver" for us to breathe. Co2 levels in the brain cause the respiratory center to signal breathing. When you hyperventilate you blow off a lot of co2 and the brain senses no need to breathe. Another driver is oxygen but since your o2 levels be high, the brain senses you have enough o2. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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