Have sarcoidosis & restrictive cardiomyopathy found biopsy of heart recently developed arrhythmias, does this mean I may need implantable defibrillator? (Also recent dx bronchitis sinus infection too on antibiotics cough med.

Defibrillator. Indications for Defibrillator include: Cardiac arrest for V-tach or V-fib, Documented episodes of sustained V-tach or V-fib with hemodynamic instability, Ventricular arrythmias not responding to medications, Recurrent passing out do to arrythmias.
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Depends on arrhythmi. I m sorry to hear abt ur condition... these r devastating diagnoses, 4 sure, & complicated to say the least. I hope u have a good cardiologist, electrophysiologist (EP), & general doctor to help coordinate. Depending on the type of arrhythmia, u may benefit from a defibrillator / pacemaker, but not all arrhythmias r so treated (often meds r used). Ur EP doc shd b able to guide u better. Good Luck!

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