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Is bisoprolol advisable in treatmentof palpitations,high puls due to Neurosis?other heart conditions excluded. R there better medicine in that case?

Is bisoprolol advisable in treatmentof palpitations,high puls due to Neurosis?other heart conditions excluded. R there better medicine in that case?

Beta blocker: will reduce palpitations, assuming that you don't have any other underlying heart issues. Anti anxiety medication can also be quite beneficial in these cases. ...Read more

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Dr. Bennett Werner
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Heart Diseases (Definition)

Heart disease is a condition in which a person has problems within his or her vascular system and heart, which includes both congenital birth defects and problems acquired later. Examples of heart disease include clogging (atherosclerosis) of the coronary (heart) arteries, heart attacks (obstructions of the arteries), damaged heart valves, heart muscle failure, and viral infections of the heart. Some major causes of heart disease include genetics, smoking, hypertension, high ...Read more


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What medicine think about M.Rath' s supplements for heart diseases?Are they safe and effective for prevention?

What medicine think about M.Rath' s supplements for heart diseases?Are they safe and effective for prevention?

There is no peer: reviewed scientific evidence to support Rath's claims. The study he has on his website is over 20 years old and was rejected when submitted to a peer review journal in 1996. If these treatments were actually beneficial they would be standard of care by now. There is no evidence to support a claim of safety and/or efficacy. Make appropriate life style choices. That you can do for free. ...Read more

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Hi doctors, can you tell me what is latest medicine for hcm(highper trophic cardio myopathy-heart diseases) and psoriasis(skin diseases)?

Hi doctors, can you tell me what is latest medicine for hcm(highper trophic cardio myopathy-heart diseases) and psoriasis(skin diseases)?

HCM: Drugs for hcm are commonly those that are negatively inotropic such as all betablockers, verapamil and (if an antiarrhythmic is needed), norpace (disopyramide). For serious arrhythmias, often used with an icd, amiodarone. For psoriasis: sorry, not my field! if drugs fail, surgery is indicated (myomectomy/myotomy). ...Read more

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I am wondering what heart conditions effect the p wave, qrs complex and t-wave, independently.?

I am wondering what heart conditions effect the p wave, qrs complex and t-wave, independently.?

Ecg: Atrial mechanical processes can affect the p wave without changing the others. Ventricular local processes especially damage can alter the qrs. These processes of ventricular alteration would almost always also affect the t wave. Some processes of electrolyte or ischemic nature can change the t wave without changing qrs. ...Read more

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Does the army accept people with heart conditions?

Does the army accept people with heart conditions?

Which condition?: See: http://usmilitary.about.com/od/joiningthemilitary/a/heart.htm

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Are there any heart conditions that young athletes can develop from exercise?

Are there any heart conditions that young athletes can develop from exercise?

See answer: Regular exercise is good for your heart but extended vigorous exercise performed during a marathon raises cardiac risk by seven-fold. There is evidence that Long-distance running also leads to high levels of inflammation that may trigger cardiac events and cause heart muscle damage. Short bursts of high intensity running, such as in playing basketball or soccer may be the best aerobic exercise. ...Read more

Dr. Chris Faubel
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Physical Medicine And Rehabilitation (Definition)

Physical medicine and rehabilitation or physiatry is a medical specialty focused on the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of disorders that limit a person's ability to take care of themselves, work, or participate in society. In other words, it focuses on medical problems that affect how people move, walk, or interact with each other (most commonly muscle, bone, ...Read more


Dr. Timothy Silver
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Physical Medicine (Definition)

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) is a field of study in which a doctor trains to become a specialist in the problems of recovery after injuries, paralysis, or amputations, in addition to sports injuries and work injuries. PM&R doctors are called physiatrists (not to be confuses with psychiatrists, who are specialists in mental ...Read more