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Whats The Machine Called In A Hospital Which Measures Your Heart Rate And Goes Beep Beep Beep
EKG: It is called an electrocardiographic heart monitor. A print out from the machine is called an electrocardiogram and is abbreviated EKG or in modern medical lingo, more often a ecg. The beeping is generally set to be more noisy when the heart rate is irregular, to help warn clinical staff who may not be able to continually look at the monitors. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I have a history of pericarditis and every time i eat or drink something my heart rate goes up by about 30-40bpm hospital doesn't know whats wrong?
Get a second opinion: Pericarditis is a complex syndrome with many causes. If your local doctor does not have a solution then you should probably get a second opinion. ...Read more
I'm 27 years old, and was diagnosed with an extremely high heart rate in february. I'm a small woman, so when is the right time to go to the hospital?
If rest HR is > 140 : There are many causes of high hr. Svt comes out of nowhere, results in fast palpitations, and usually hr > 140. Sinus tachycardia can occur with anxiety or any illness, or pregnancy, or stimulants such as nicotine and caffeine. If your hr is less than about 100 at rest, that is normal. You can find out your average hr with holter monitor (doc orders). If u feel ok, go to outpt doc, not hospital. ...Read more
Telemetry: For inpatient ambulatory patients, electrodes are taped to the chest and a transmitter box is attached to the trunk area. The heart rhythm recording is then transmitted wirelessly to a monitor at the nurses station. Bedside monitors don't allow the patient to walk about the ward freely. Other set ups allow the patient's heart rhythm to be recorded in a gadget strapped to the body. Finger styles. ...Read more
My heart rate shot up yesterday, I went hospital and heard the word SVT being used. My heart rate is really high and I'm not sure how long this will l?
High HR: If you HR was that high and doctors were talking about SVT, then they would have had you see a heart specialist or not let you go home if it was truly worrisome. Do you have a primary care doctor or nurse you could see to check? ...Read more
Why dose my heart hurt sometimes? I've been to a hospital because of my heart rate was to high and had to stay for 4 days then they said i was fine?
Chest pain(CP) not: Heart pain is probably your symptom. A common cause of CP in young males is chest wall pain/costochondritis, acid reflux, asthma, pneumonia, bronchitis. If the hospital said you were fine probably you don't have a heart disease. Stay with your primary care doctor to find out the cause of your cp. ...Read more
I was anxious at the hospital and scared heart rate was 136 and up for about five hours!! Later Came down to 105 then about 84. There not concerned?
I just had to be taken to the hospital.I had a pulse of 110 and 126 BPM heart rate. Is that normal?
Hello. I have just been discharged from the hospital with a uti. I was wondering when my heart rate will return to normal. Its in the low 100s now?
Resting heart rate increased at 100 BPM its annoying me and im on dostinex (cabergoline) since 2 weeks. Should i worry? Should i go to the hospital?
Call your prescriber: Usually people do not feel increases in their heart rate. It is more likely that the heart rate increase is a marker of something else happening as a side effect of the medication such as the common side effect of blood pressure lowering. There is nothing dangerous about this level of heart rate temporarily . Call your doctor and schedule an appointment to discuss it ...Read more
Heart rate goes up upon standing. Severely weak. Just got over dehydration in the hospital 3 days ago. Why am i still weak and dizzy? /my heart rate?
Im having a boy and Im 28 weeks. Is the heart rate normal if its in the 130s. My doctor has me worried. Dont know if I should go to the hospital or is?
110-160 is normal: A heart rate in the 110s-160 region is completely normal. Sometimes you might hear the heart rate dip down or get even faster than the baseline. This is called a deceleration (slowing down) or acceleration (speeding up). Accelerations are good. Depending on the amount of fluid, or baby's movement, you can also have decelerations. You doctor will order more tests if the heart rate is abnormal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My resting heart rate at the hospital was 43-53 bpm. I tend to be tired a lot, could it be related?
Possibly : you don't say if you are a very fit person. Those who exercise a lot will often have resting heart rates as you describe. If you don't exercise a lot then you should make an appointment to see a cardiologist as you describe fatigue and may have a couple of conditions that may need some treatment. ...Read more
Can a one week use of meth cause long term heart damage? I went to the hospital w/ accelerated heart rate. Haven't used in 2 months still feel sick.
Actually it can: We pathologists are familiar with a curious lesion with fibrous tissue around individual heart cells that seems to run with curious rhythm problems. If you value your life, don't ever do "meth" again -- or if you don't value your life, think of the people who love you and who'd be sad if you were to see you die suddenly from it. It happens every day. Be smart. Best wishes. ...Read more
I went to hospital yesterday for bleeding that went through my clothes baby heart rate was 170 and i have an UTI..what does this mean?
I took a couple of Norco's yesterday and 1 this morning.Im breathing slow, very sleepy, and my heart rate is 82 bpm. Should I go to the hospital?
Be more Careful: The half life is about 4 hours so since you took it YESTERDAY, I would assume that it is almost out of your system. Your heart rate is normal and I don't know what breathing slow means but if you are with it enough to post on the internet, you are ok. People who slow their respiratory rate due to narcotic overdose aren't aware of it. Narcotic use is not something to be casual about. ...Read more
I have medical phobia, not able to go to hospital/doctors. I'm overweight (270), when I stand and walk, my heart rate jumps to 120's-130's and if move much or fast goes to 150's. Is it normal or bad?
EKG & Stress : You need an immediate full history and exam 12 lead EKG to look at your hearts rate rhythm and axis on EKG and to rule out AV nodal reentry tachycardia hopefully this is just sinus tachycardia. Change your diet and your life and depending on BMI consider bariatric surgery. You can do it. We are on your side. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
When do you go to the hospital with af? My husband was dizzy and lightheaded with a heart rate of 100. Now after metoprolol, he feels better.What next?
Regular check ups: If you have af, you need regular check up in addition to metoprolol you may need Coumadin (warfarin) to keep the blood thin to prevent any life threatening clots or stroke. Check your heart rate regularly. If it consistently beyond 100 and causing palpitations, dizziness, chest pain seek immediate attention. ...Read more
My blood pressure is 147/103 my heart rate is 107, bad headache on the left side only & heart skipping a beat I am 45 female, do I need to go to hospital
If : If you are still experiencing these symptoms you need to see your doctor right away. If you are unable to get an appointment then you should present to the urgent care. You need to be treated for your high blood pressure and you need an ekg to check for an irregular heart rhythm. Also a cause for your headache needs to be investigated. You may also need blood tests etc. Best of luck. ...Read more
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