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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Idioventricular Rhythm

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What does it mean to have a periodically idioventricular rhythm?

What does it mean to have a periodically idioventricular rhythm?

Idioventricular: Rhythm is heart beats arising from ventricle instead of atrium in succession. It's a slower version of ventricular tachycardia. Talk to your cardiologist about its significance as its not a normal finding. ...Read more

Rhythm (Definition)

Rhythm "any regular recurring motion, symmetry may be generally defined as a movement marked by the regulated succession of strong and weak elements, or of opposite or different conditions, this general meaning of regular recurrence or pattern in time may be applied to a wide variety of cyclical natural phenomena having a periodicity or frequency of anything microseconds ...Read more


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Could a doc please explain idioventricular rhythm?

Idioventricular rhyt: read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Idioventricular_rhythm

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How can an "accelerated idioventricular rhythm" develop in the heart?

How can  an "accelerated idioventricular rhythm" develop in the heart?

Idioventricular: That rhythm is usually associated with significant cardiac or metabolic abnormality. ...Read more

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Our 22 yr old son has idioventricular rhythm cardiologist after testing tell us all is ok no worries. Not 100% sure on this what can the future hold ?

Usually OK: Idioventricular rhythm is one that originates from the lower chamber of the heart rather than the upper chamber. It typically occurs at a rate that is near or slightly faster than the normal heart rate. It does not usually evolve into a more serious rhythm. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms?Of having ?An abnormal heart rhythm?

What are the symptoms?Of having ?An abnormal heart rhythm?

Several: Some people feel their heart racing or skipping beats, some get short of breath or feel a sense of impending doom. Any of these are a reason to get checked out by a physician. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms associated with abnormal heart rhythms?

What are the symptoms associated with abnormal heart rhythms?

Abnormal heart rythm: There are many different abnormal heart rhythm with varying symptoms from cest pain, palpitation, dizziness, headache to syncope.There are basically two kind of abnormal heart rhythm tachyarrythmia(rapid heart beat)and bradyarrythmia(slow heart rate)different arrythmias have different symptoms. ...Read more

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Shocked by an outlet for a second while removing paneling from the wall no pain or symptoms at all just wondering if heart rhythm could be effected?

Shocked by an outlet for a second while removing paneling from the wall no pain or symptoms at all just wondering if heart rhythm could be effected?

Not likely: It is unlikely to get a heart arrhythmia from a shock you would get from a wall outlet. You can always check your pulse yourself! If you do not feel pain in chest, dizzy, light headed and pulse regular then you have your answer! ...Read more

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Normal NT proNB? Does this exclude me from a cardiomyopathy? I have LBBB, pre excitation, escape rhythm, & symptoms of sob, fatigue, palpitations

Normal NT proNB? Does this exclude me from a cardiomyopathy? I have LBBB, pre excitation, escape rhythm, & symptoms of sob, fatigue, palpitations

Magnesium & potassiu: The minerals magnesium (350mg/d)and potassium3,000mg/d) help correct probelms with heart rhythm and electrical conduction in general. follow the links: http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/nutrients/report/nutrientsfrm?max=25&offset=0&totCount=0&nutrient1=304&nutrient2=&nutrient3=&subset=0&fg=&sort=c&measureby=m http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/nutrients/report/nutrientsfrm?max=25&offset=0&totCount=0&nutrient1=306&nutrient2=&nutrient3=&subset=0&fg=&sort=c&measureby=m ...Read more

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I have a normal heartbeat but sometimes get uncomfortable jolts. I have all the symptoms of a heart rhythm disorder. 17, no birth deffects. Been check?

Arrhythmia: Understand: everyone has palpitations (sensation of abnormal heart rhythm) sometimes. In itself, that's neither a disease nor dangerous. That said, if you're uncomfortable, it deserves attention. The first step would be to document the nature of the disturbance by recording your heart rhythm over 24 hrs, 48 hrs, or 30 days - depending on how often they seem to occur. ...Read more