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.
Thanks for asking! There are many different types of abnormal heart rhythms. Symptoms associated with abnormally fast heart rhythms include the sense of a racing heart, dizziness, difficulty breathing, sometimes a fluttering feeling in the throat or chest, and occasionally fainting.
Yes. But it's not a first line medicine any more because there are newer, more effective medicines. It's still sometimes added to others though.
No. No. Digitalis also referred to as digoxin can be used to treat symptoms of abnormal rhythms such as atrial fibrillation. It may help keep someone in a normal sinus rhythm or help control the ventricular rate. While it may help with symptoms, digoxin does not "cure" dysrhythmias. In fact, like most anti-arrhythmic medication, it can-especially at high doses- cause dysrhythmias.
Ask a cardiologist. Digitalis has a long history of treating congestive heart failure by stimulating the heart muscle. I believe it is used in patients with heart failure but with a normal sinus rhythm.
Never. Digitalis is used to control the ventricular rates of some abnormal fast atrial arrhythmias or svt. In atrial fibrillation it is utilized to control the fast rate. It does not "cure" the problem nor does it actually prevent the atrial arrhythmias, as antiarrhythmic medications would.
Digitalis. Digitalis does not cure abnormal heart rhythms, but can help stabilize the heart rhythm or heart rate. This medication is derived from the foxglove plant, and is one of the original western pharmaceuticals. In addition to the beneficial effects on heart rhythm, digitalis can also help the heart contract more strongly for patients with heart failure.
Not a cure. Digitalis is a medication that can improve some abnormal rhythms. The benefits it provides are only while receiving the medication.
Ekg. Simple office test that can determine the rhythm of the heart.....Many different types of rhythm, not all are serious but exact definition is very important.
Depends. An abnormal heart rhythm is one that beats too slow, too fast or irregular. I would suggest seeing your primary care physician or a cardiologist for evaluation.
Arrhytmia. Any abnormal heart rhythm is more acuretly called a dysrhthmia which ranges from benign extra beats to more lethal heart rhythms that require medications or defibrillators to treat.
Many different types. A normal heart beat is regular like a clock ticking. There are many different types of abnormal heart rhythms. The heart rhythm could be either too fast, too slow or have some type of irregularity or skipping. Some of these abnormal rhythms are not serious. Some irregular rhythms are potentially dangerous. The best way to check is call you doctor and have an ekg or heart monitor performed.
Heart rhythms. Ekg, holter monitor, event monitor.
Tests for arrythmias. After physical exam an ekg will determine the arrythmia most of the time and 24 hour holter monitor may be needed in some cases. Some abnormal heart rythm may require electro physiological studies, echocardiogram and coronary angiograms in some cases.
Abnormal heartrhythm. The major reason for abnormal heart rhythm happens because of automaticity in the heart cells, this can happen when cells get abnormally excited from various reasons.
Electrical disorders. Of heart result from a variety of things including structural abnormalities, heart muscle scarring after mi & significant electrolyte abnormalities.
Depends. It depends on what the abnormal rhythm is. Mostly these are benign and fairly easily treated, while others have more complex treatment strategies or can potentially be dangerous. Need to find out what it is.
More details. It may mean nothing significant to potentially life threatening, depending on type of abnormal heart rhythm. Some types may be heriditary. Please find out the type of heart rhythm issue your brother is having and how he is doing.
Rebooting the system. Our heart works through electrical pathways. If these pathways get out of sync or mixed up then sometimes cardioversion or defibrillation a.K.A. "reboot of the system" can get the electricity back in sync.