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Hospitalized for slow heart rate, what to do to get out tonite?
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Dr. Michael Zevitz
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Nothing on your part
If you are hospitalized for a low heart rate, let the doctors monitor your heart rate and heart rhythm until they have determined the short term and long term risk to your health, and determine what the best treatment should be before you think of going home.

In brief: Nothing on your part
If you are hospitalized for a low heart rate, let the doctors monitor your heart rate and heart rhythm until they have determined the short term and long term risk to your health, and determine what the best treatment should be before you think of going home.
Dr. Michael Zevitz
Dr. Michael Zevitz
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Dr. Robert Vogt Lowell
Pediatrics - Cardiology
In brief: Finish evaluation
Be patient, a slow heart rate might be nothing to worry about but on the other hand may be a sign that the area of your heart that is in charge of maintaining an adequate heart rate might be sick and you may need a pacemaker.
Talk to your doctor and see how your evaluation is progressing and what has been found up to now.

In brief: Finish evaluation
Be patient, a slow heart rate might be nothing to worry about but on the other hand may be a sign that the area of your heart that is in charge of maintaining an adequate heart rate might be sick and you may need a pacemaker.
Talk to your doctor and see how your evaluation is progressing and what has been found up to now.
Dr. Robert Vogt Lowell
Dr. Robert Vogt Lowell
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