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Tachy Brady Syndrome
Tachybrady syndrome: TachyBrady Syndrome can occur in young children albeit rare. Infants may present with poor feeding or easy fatigability,which may also be evident in toddlers and older children.Laboratory studies include electrolytes, thyroid studies, echocardiogram, holter monitoring in older children, EP studies. Patients with symptoms require pacemakers and avoidance of medications that can exacerbate the prob. ...Read more
Mmm: to have tachy-Brady syndrome you need to have a sick sinus node so.. I don't think what you're saying makes much sense. If you have some ectopic tachycardia of some sort then you likely have a run of the mill SVT. Not tachy Brady. ...Read more
What to do if I have a pacemaker for tachy brady (sick sinus syndrome) What to do if I have had wierd episodes of chest pain headaches,?
Inability to control temps, Tachy Brady, aspiration, reflux.Geneticist suggested peripheral or central nervous system disorder. Like what?
Brainstem problem?: Speculating: Cardioacceleratory-cardioinhibitory nucleus is in the medulla oblongata. So is the nucleus ambiguus (control of pharyngeal muscles). The thermoregulatory center is distant, in the preoptic anterior hypothalamus, BUT descending fibers pass through the medulla because everything must. So it could be a multisystem CNS problem or localized to the medulla. Call in a pediatric neurologist. ...Read more
IRBBB + short PR + 25sec Afib & 5-15 SVE/VES/PAC & sinus tachy-brady daily. VES/VTAC in stress test. Tricuspidal&mitral regurg. Doc. says no problem?
Define problem!: Depends on what you define as problem. Anything not normal is a problem...but some bigger than others! Extra beats are very common out there. So is afib in short runs. Vtach less common but always more alarming. If LV systolic function normal on echo and you are not having symptoms, then I agree it's not a big issue. If passing out or near passing out, then probably needs addressing. ...Read more
82/40 hr 118 I have postural orthostatic tachy. Syndrome. Suppose to start new work tomorrow! BP never this low how can I get this up! ?
Reason for full body tremors-woke up this morning I have postural orthostatic tachy syndrome all symptoms good cept shaky all over :/ also have lupus?
High Complex questn: Your diagnoses of dyes autonomia could cause your symptom, but having lupus means you may also be on medications that alter your immune system- this means your symptoms could be due an infection. Talk to you doctor to discuss these and other possibilities, depending on the specifics of your condition. ...Read more
Is it true that i can get rebound tachycardia when quickly stopping my betablocker that I am on for postural orthostatic tachy. Syndrome?
Yes: Rebound tachycardia can happen when stopping beta blockade therapy. Consult with your healthcare provider prior to discontinue this. ...Read more
I have low iron. Lupus. Postural orthostatic tachy. Syndrome - please tell me how i can figt this extreme fatigue?
How do I fight the fatigue I have due to lupus, or it may be from 12.5mg atenolol bid or even from postural orthostatic tachy. Syndrome; eaither way how do I fight it? Otherwise feeling good...
Lupus fatigue: Yours is an excellent question. A wholistic approach to self-care is your best weapon. I'm sorry you have to struggle with this. Chronic inflammatory states definitely drain energy. Maintaining a healthy weight, eating lots of fruits and vegetables and avoiding foods that increase inflammation , like wheat and beef, exercising as tolerated and plenty of sleep help my lupus patients. Meditate also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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