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Dr. Shari Jackson
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Isuprel (Overview)

Isuprel is a rhythm control agent which is a kind of cardiovascular drug.


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F/ 27 yo, positive history of syncope but had negative tilt table test. Max hr 175 when using isuprel (isoproterenol) provocation, norml bp. What does it means to me?

F/ 27 yo, positive history of syncope but had negative tilt table test. Max hr 175 when using isuprel (isoproterenol) provocation, norml bp. What does it means to me?

Need more info.: Sometimes the circumstances of the syncope provide the clue as to the cause. More information might be provided by checking ones blood pressure sitting and standing at the time of lightheadedness; this might be abnormal if one is dehydrated. In addition, a 24 hour holter monitor test might indicate whether or not there is a recurring cardiac rhythm abnormality. ...Read more

Dr. Shari Jackson
3 Doctors shared insights

Isuprel (Overview)

Isuprel is a rhythm control agent which is a kind of cardiovascular drug.


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F/ 27 yo, positive history of syncope but had negative tilt table test. Max hr 175 when using isuprel (isoproterenol) provocation, norml bp. What does it means to me?

Need more info.: Sometimes the circumstances of the syncope provide the clue as to the cause. More information might be provided by checking ones blood pressure sitting and standing at the time of lightheadedness; this might be abnormal if one is dehydrated. In addition, a 24 hour holter monitor test might indicate whether or not there is a recurring cardiac rhythm abnormality. ...Read more

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What does it mean when a regular tilt table test is normal but you crash on one with isuprel? Bp and hr tanked, saw spots, shivering cold, and nauseous

What does it mean when a regular tilt table test is normal but you crash on one with isuprel? Bp and hr tanked, saw spots, shivering cold, and nauseous

Vasovagal syncope: The test results suggest that the body's automatic nervous system overcompensates for the stimulus of the isuprel, a drug that speeds up the heart. The overcompensation slows the heart too much and lowers the blood pressure and there is syncope (fainting) or almost fainting. This called neurocardiogenic syncope or vasovagal syncope. There are several drug treatments. ...Read more

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Dr. Barbara Lavi
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Isoproterenol Hydrochloride (Definition)

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