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Is bradycardia a kind of arrhythmia?

Is bradycardia a kind of arrhythmia?

Yes: Yes brady is slow rhythm tachy means fast rhythm any alterations is anomaly in rhythm arrhythmia. ...Read more

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Dr. Kerrie Pinkney
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Slow Heart Rate (Definition)

Slow heart rate, also called bradycardia, is defined as a resting heart rate (pulse) less than 60 beats per minute. Having a heart rate less than 60 is not necessarily abnormal. In fact, people in good cardiovascular shape have a low heart rate. People with certain heart conditions may take medications which lower the heart rate as one of ...Read more


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Is bradycardia an arrhythmia?

Is bradycardia an arrhythmia?

Yes: Bradycardia is a term to describe a heart rate that is abnormally low. There are many situations where bradycardia, while technically an arrhythmia, is not a concern. Individuals who exercise frequently, particularly endurance athletes such as cyclists and distance runners, typically have low heart rates. ...Read more

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When does a bradycardia turn into an arrhythmia?

When does a bradycardia turn into an arrhythmia?

Bradycardia: Bradycardia meaning heart rate less than 60- sometimes termed as bradyarrhythmia if slow heart rate associated with a rhythm abnormality such as slow atrial fib or flutter or premature ventricular contractions or premature atrial contractions etc. ...Read more

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If you have arrhythmia and tachycardia, can you also have bradycardia?

If you have arrhythmia and tachycardia, can you also have bradycardia?

Brady/tachy: There is a common syndrome called brady/tachy syndrome also called sick sinus syndrome which has both tachy and bradycardia as parts of the problem. ...Read more

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I also have prominent sinus arrhythmia when i have bradycardia and apex beat is strong. I go to the gym. Is it necessary to get medical help?

I also have prominent sinus arrhythmia when i have bradycardia and apex beat is strong. I go to the gym. Is it necessary to get medical help?

Only if u have sympt: If you are physically fit, at your age (20), sinus bradycardia is OK. It normally does not cause problems (rather, it seems to indicate longevity & a good lifestyle). However, during exercise, if your heart rate goes too low AND if you are passing out, feeling faint / lightheaded, or unable to continue your exercise, then that can be a problem. Best to use HealthTap prime or talk to ur doctor. ...Read more

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Halter monitor results say sinus bradycardia to sinus tachycardia with sinus arrhythmia. Should I be concerned?

Halter monitor results say sinus bradycardia to sinus tachycardia with sinus arrhythmia.  Should I be concerned?

From your: description this sounds like a normal Holter monitor for a 42 year old woman. It would be best to discuss this with your health care provider as he/she will be able to place these findings in context with your clinical condition and symptoms. ...Read more

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Ways to reduce cholesterol? Generally healthy, and not overweight but have high cholesterol. Also have slight sinus bradycardia/sinus arrhythmia. Doctors have told me not to worry after repeated EKGs. I want to keep my heart healthy/avoid CHF later?

Ways to reduce cholesterol? Generally healthy, and not overweight but have high cholesterol. Also have slight sinus bradycardia/sinus arrhythmia. Doctors have told me not to worry after repeated EKGs. I want to keep my heart healthy/avoid CHF later?

Mostly genetic: A very high cholesterol may need to be medicated now, if for example you have familial hypercholesterolemia with LDL over 200. It is fairly common and deadly. Exercise is actually more helpful than diet here and you want to maintain lifelong good habits. There are guidelines, and there's no reason to believe super-tight cholesterol control in youth benefits you decades later. ...Read more

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I have restrict cardiomyopathy from cardiac sarcoidosis recently developed arrythmia and bp is now 180/78 with 58 pulse bradycardia, what is happenin?

I have restrict cardiomyopathy from cardiac sarcoidosis recently developed arrythmia and bp is now 180/78 with 58 pulse bradycardia, what is happenin?

Silica causes : sarcoid is caused exposure to silica silicones or sikicates silica is in the air the water in fallopian clamps pacemakers in ceramics in teeth as caps ...Read more

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What kind of a problem is sinus arrhythmia?

It is not a problem: Sinus arrhythmia is a misleading name as it refers to a normal variation in heart rate and does not represent heart disease. Sinus arrhythmia is more prevalent in younger individuals. ...Read more

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Can you tell what kind of arrhythmia you have by feeling your pulse?

Can you tell what kind of arrhythmia you have by feeling your pulse?

Maybe: By feeling the pulse, it is often possible to determine if the heart is beating regularly or irregularly. The vast majority of sustained, irregular heart beats are caused by atrial fibrillation but this is not always the case and can only be confirmed with an electrocardiogram. If the pulse is regular, many different causes are possible. ...Read more

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Are arrythmias not a concern if they occur on and off? My dr thinks I have some type of arrhythmia which is hard to catch on the monitors.

Are arrythmias not a concern if they occur on and off? My dr thinks I have some type of arrhythmia which is hard to catch on the monitors.

Usually no: If your echocardiogram and EKG are normal, at your age, the risk of a serious arrhythmia is 1% or less. The only other reason to try to catch it is if the symptoms are very bothersome. The next step would be to get a LINQ "injectable" monitor that lasts 3 years if it needs to be investigated further and if wearable monitors have been unrevealing ...Read more

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How can I tell if I have or what kind of heart arrhythmia I might have?

How can I tell if I have or what kind of heart arrhythmia I might have?

It must be recorded: Precise diagnosis of a suspected arrhythmia requires a recording at the time of symptoms. Sometimes the problem is frequent enough to be demonstrated on a routine electrocardiogram (ecg). More often the symptoms are intermittent. There are several types of monitors that patients may wear or carry with them to obtain this recording when they feel symptoms. ...Read more

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What kind of arrhythmia would cause your heart to flutter, dizzy, like no beats in between and scared. It felt like a lot if pvcs in a row.

What kind of arrhythmia would cause your heart to flutter, dizzy, like no beats in between and scared. It felt like a lot if pvcs in a row.

Several....: There are several arrhythmias that can cause these symptoms including atrial fibrillation or atrial flutter, PVCs that can occur as "runs" where there are several in a row. Ventricular arrhythmias, besides PVCs, would likely cause more symptoms, like passing out. The best way to figure out what is wrong is to have a Holter monitor placed for at least a few days so see your doctor ASAP or go to ER! ...Read more

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What kind of arrhythmia could I have with a HR of 68 BPM and a normal heart structure? I feel shortness of breath and fatigued.

What kind of arrhythmia could I have with a HR of 68 BPM and a normal heart structure?  I feel shortness of breath and fatigued.

Hard to say: given that the overalll structure and the rate is normal... There are many things that can give fatigue that are not heart. Indeed, a weak heart would tend to have an ELEVATED rate. Lung problems, anemia (although would tend to cause an elevated heart rate), obesity, pregnancy, lack of exercise, are just a few of the more common causes. ...Read more

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During a carotid artery scan (handheld like an ultrasound) an intermittent cardiac arrhythmia was detected. What kind of arrhythmia would it be?

Arrhythmia : You need to get an ekg first to see if you really have arrhythmia . Based on that you may need more studies including echo, holter , etc. Please go and see your doctor ... ...Read more

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Patients with heart arrhythmias or tachycardia are often prescribed a type of drug called a "beta-blocker". Should I be?

Arrhythmia: Individuals with rhythm disturbances that are fast, tachyarrhythmias, are sometimes given beta blockers as a first agent. These are blood pressure meds that act by lowering the heart rate and can prevent some arrthymias. These are used if someone has symptoms from the arrhythmia and overall are safe and well tolerated meds. ...Read more

Dr. Warren Foster
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Abnormal Heart Rhythms (Definition)

Abnormal heart rhythm is a condition in which a person has an abnormal heartbeat pattern, as detected by an EKG (electrocardiogram) of the heart. Some abnormal rhythms run in families (hereditary abnormal rhythms). Some abnormal rhythms are not dangerous, while others can cause ...Read more


Dr. Warren Foster
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Heart Rhythm Disorder (Definition)

Also known as abnormal heart rhythm, it is any type of irregular heart beat. Serious types of arrhythmias occur when the heart races ...Read more