If a dysrhythmia
is identified, corrective action can be investigated and implemented.
The study evaluated the use of Philips wireless technology versus a paging system to transmit messages regarding cardiac dysrhythmia
alarms to nurses and practitioners.
The researchers observed a statistically significant, positive association between cardiac dysrhythmia
and CO, coarse PM, and EC < 2.
Additional alerts address ventilator associated pneumonia, pulmonary artery pressure monitoring, dysrhythmia
monitoring, ST segment monitoring, family presence during resuscitation and invasive procedures, and verification of feeding-tube placement.
Similarly in their case, the pathophysiology of syncope was related with dysrhythmia
(bradycardia and first -degree atrio-ventricular (AV) block) related to the cardio-inhibitory effects of hypothyroidism.
Reintubation, when necessary, may be associated with complications, including upper airway trauma, alterations in blood pressure, dysrhythmia
and cardiac arrest.
In a recent clinical policy statement from the American College of Emergency Physicians, the authors noted that in a chart-review study of 2,468 emergency department patients treated with droperidol, including 1,357 treated for agitation, only six adverse events were reported, and none was a dysrhythmia
The text is arranged in traditional topics areas such as ACS, dysrhythmia
Echocardiography procedure was repeated several times to pregnants having unclear ultrasound imaging, dysrhythmia
, fetuses with CHD and those with polypregnancies.
Of the five patients who had no head trauma, were oriented, had a history of seizures, and were eventually determined to need hospitalization, four had a complicating medical condition, and in all of those cases, the condition--a fracture, cardiac dysrhythmia
, infected abscess, delirium tremens--was of the type that would be immediately apparent to a paramedic, Dr.
Llinas' neuroscientific research has also contributed significantly to the medical community's understanding of how certain brain diseases arise from thalamocortical dysrhythmia
, the disruption of connections between the thalamus and the cortex.
Among its published findings, the study showed that the long (2-day) interdialytic interval is a time of heightened risk among patients receiving conventional dialysis for all-cause mortality, mortality from cardiac causes and cardiac arrest, infection related mortality, mortality from myocardial infarction, and hospital admissions for complications including myocardial infarction, congestive heart failure, stroke, dysrhythmia
, and any cardiovascular events.