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What are the symptoms of heart block?
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Dr. Hamid Hai
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Heart Block
The term heart block does not relate to blockages in the arteries of the heart, but to block in the flow of electrical current in the electrical conducting system of the heart.
Heart block results in slow heart beats, which may give rise to severe dizziness or syncope (passing out). But heart block is not the usual cause of dizziness, which has many other causes.

In brief: Heart Block
The term heart block does not relate to blockages in the arteries of the heart, but to block in the flow of electrical current in the electrical conducting system of the heart.
Heart block results in slow heart beats, which may give rise to severe dizziness or syncope (passing out). But heart block is not the usual cause of dizziness, which has many other causes.
Dr. Hamid Hai
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Dr. Calvin Weisberger
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
In brief: Heart block
Heart block is an electrical phenomenon of interrupted conduction of electrical impulses in a component of the hearts electrical conduction system. There are partial and complete forms of block in the atrioventricular pathway.
Complete av block causes a dissociation of atrial and ventricular electrical activity. The symptoms are those of very slow heart rate, lightheaded, weak, dizzy and sob.

In brief: Heart block
Heart block is an electrical phenomenon of interrupted conduction of electrical impulses in a component of the hearts electrical conduction system. There are partial and complete forms of block in the atrioventricular pathway.
Complete av block causes a dissociation of atrial and ventricular electrical activity. The symptoms are those of very slow heart rate, lightheaded, weak, dizzy and sob.
Dr. Calvin Weisberger
Dr. Calvin Weisberger
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