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Nsvt Normal Lv
EP Cardio said NSVT, in person like me, normal LV function, and no history of repeated loss consciousness and no family history of SCD is harmless, Agree?
Odd Palpitation 3-10fast beats in person like myself, normal LV function, no history loss of consciousness no family history of NSVT would be innocent?
Palpations: You will need to get evaluated because of your recent surgery with at least and ECG but maybe more. If it happens again I would recommend you sooner rather than later. ...Read more
J point slurring lateral/inferior demonstrating ERP.2 documented cases of monomorphic NSVT. Structurally normal heart. EP is not worried. Should I be?
Relatively uncommonly ventricular tachycardia may occur in individuals with structurally normal hearts. This is known as idiopathic ventricular tachycardia and in the monomorphic form coincides with little or no increased risk of sudden cardiac death. In general, idiopathic ventricular tachycardia occurs in younger individuals diagnosed with VT. While the causes of idiopathic VT are not known, in general it is presumed to be congenital, and can be brought on by any number of factors.
You should confirm that this is the thinking of your cardiologist and electrophysiologist. In general, ventricular tachycardia can be a serious condition which bears careful watching and followup. ...Read more
Electrophysiologist says 6-8 flurry of beats<10sec not NSVT but palpitation and a person like myself with normal left ventricular function, is normal?
Is sotalol a dangerous medication? I have NSVT with a structurally normal heart and normal QT interval. My EP is recommending this to me. Pros? Cons?
NSVT: All drugs are dangerous in that they may cause problems you would never have if you did not take them. You and your teams task is to weigh the risk of taking one vs the risk of not taking one. Your EP is the expert to discuss this with as he she or it knows your whole story including family Hx best. I would not rely on a web site for making decisions on this issue. ...Read more
Just felt a string of strong heartbeats that were a little faster than normal- like beat beat BEATBEATBEATBEAT beat beat- could it be nsvt? I had PVCs and needed an ablation for them but this was different - no sensation of a skipped beat.
Possibly, but...: Given your history of irregular heart rhythm requiring ablation, I would advise follow up with your heart specialist or PCP should this continue. Especially if it becomes longer or more frequent or you experience lightheadedness or chest pain. Irregular beats are not uncommon, and can be precipitated by stress, alcohol, caffeine, infection, etc. Simply coughing can sometimes break them. Needs eval. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
QRS notching throughout ECG with early repolarisation. History of NSVT with structurally NORMAL heart. Only 20... EP isn't worried but I am??
QRS duration better: Clue, ideally <80 msec. QRS notching, esp. If new & QRS >80 msec is c/w subendocardial injury of purkinje fibers resulting in intraventricular conduction delay (even though called "normal"). "Structurally normal" does not exclude this; central 95.8% of common is called normal. Arterial Disease typically begins later childhood, though commonly asymptomatic for decades, see: http://goo. Gl/aRhOU2. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
4 episodes of NSVT OVER LAST 6 months, longest being 15 beats. (Almost fainted) Normal cardiac MRI, stress test, etc... Should I have EP study??
Is nsvt lasting 20 seconds dangerous in a structurally normal heart?? (stress test, echo and MRI all normal)
Not dangerous: But it is a nuisance. See electrophysiologist ...Read more
I am having repetitive runs of NSVT. The longest was a 22 beat run. My heart is structurally normal so doc suggests an EP study. Should I do this?
Left atrium volume index of 36 cc/m2. Is this significant? Everything else on Echo & cardiac MRI was normal. History of NSVT.
Probably not but che: Ask your Cardiologist to see if your left atrium is enlarged or not on the pictures. During an echocardiogram, many measurements (about 25) are taken on grainy pictures so just by pure chance, there's a 50-50 chance that at least 4 measurements will be off. If only 1 measurement I'd off, you cannot draw conclusions from it. If more measurements support a diagnosis, you'll need Cardiology help. GL! ...Read more
Get 3-8 either PVC or PACS in a row. When I jump up my hr jumps back into normal rhythm. Echo normal. Happens rarely so no ecg. Could it be VT or NSVT?
Can Mitral Valve Repair be structural heart disease or it still be Structural Normal Heart for example in NSVT<30secs Asked Cardiologist didn't know.
ST segment depression when exercising. Cardiac MRI, calcium/coronary ct and echo were all normal. History of NSVT. What could this be? Recommendation?
Talk to cardiologist: A depressed ST segment usually means some degree of coronary disease and in your case it can be best answered by the cardiologist who ordered these tests. In the meanwhile avoid strenuous exertion until you get this issue clarified. ...Read more
Echocardiogram, cardiac stress test, Coronary CTA, chest X-Ray... Do these tests rule out structural heart disease? What can cause NSVT if all normal?
Venous access will be obtained, and through the iv lines, multi electrode catheters (thin, flexible wires) will be advanced to the heart to make measurements of electrical activity.
A fancy pacemaker system will be used to stimulate the heart in an attempt to initiate your arrhythmia. Drugs may also be infused to help with this.
Once found, the arrhythmia can be fixed (either frozen or heated) ...Read more
Can an NSVT be mistaken as monomorphic when really polymorphic in etiology? I have a long QT, syncope with exertion, and NSVT but NSVT said tobebenign
NSVT = nonsust VT?: Your abbreviations need some clarification. Is NSVT a supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) or a nonsustained ventricular tachycardia (VT)? Polymorphic VT can be mistaken for MVT as it is seen on a telemetry (single channel) tracing. Only by continuous 12-lead EKG can you exclude polymorphic VT (AKA torsades de pointe or TDP). Use HealthTap Prime or TTYD, as we are limited to 400 characters here. GL. ...Read more
I am having an EP study to evaluate why I am having repetitive episodes of NSVT. Will I be asleep for this or is the patient typically awake?
Probably awake: Sometimes mild sedation is used especially is you are nervous or agitated. With this you would be awake. If it is clear that you are going to be electrically shocked, conscious sedation may be used. With this you would be asleep but not unconscious. If no shock is necessary, and you are calm, there may be no need for sedation at all. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I see a cardiologist for nsvt and lately have been having a lot of palpitations and am not due to see him for over a month, should I call him?
Yes: For a change in arrhythmia burden, I would recommend calling your physician. There's a chance he or she would like additional testing or to change your medications. ...Read more
Cardiologist said I have Supraventicular Ectopic beats From24hr Holter 4yrs ago I think I now have NSVT <3sec few times a year significant in my case?
NSVT usually means: Non Sustained Ventricular Tachycardia. Is that what you mean? If you do then you should stay on your beta blocker to reduce the risk for sustained arrhythmia. In addition if you are symptomatic you should consider EP to ablate the focus and resolve your symptoms. If you mean something other than Ventricular tachycardia you would still benefit from EP evaluation and continued beta blocker. ...Read more