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An electrical delay: Just an anomaly in the electrical conduction system. It is a very common finding. ...Read more
I have a very high blood pressure of 155/80, diziness..found "sinus tachycardia" and "intraventricular conduction block"..in ECG..is this dangerous..
Potentially: While a blood pressure of 155/89 is NOT "very high", if you have other risk factors for cardiovascular disease, treatment should be considered. Regarding the sinus tachycardia, the seriousness of it depends on what's causing it. The intraventricular conduction block, by itself, isn't dangerous, but it may be a sign of more serious heart problems. You are right to take this seriously. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is a nonspecific intraventricular conduction delay with a left posterior fascicular block anything to be concerned with? Chest hurts! Normal echo.
Heart signals: The heart contracts as a result of an intricate "electrical network" that transmits electrical signals through the heart. An intraventricular conduction delay refers to a slower conduction of those signals through the heart's ventricle(s). This can result in irregular heart rhythms. ...Read more
'time' or surgery: If your baby has a small vsd, it may never cause any problems, and may even close up on its own. 'holes' in the heart (such as ventricular defects=vsd) may require a procedure to correct. However many non-invasive centers around the country can do the the procedure with a 'catheter device' and not require open heart surgery. ...Read more