tachyarrythmia

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tachyarrythmia

n. taquiarritmia, forma de arritmia acompañada de pulso rápido.
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Differential diagnosis: Hyperthyroidism may be confused with congential viral infection, neonatal sepsis, congenital heart diseases, and tachyarrythmia. The picture of tremor, sweating, sneeze, vivacious reflexes, and fever observed in babies with narcotic withdrawal syndrome may raise a suspicion of hyperthyroidism (31).
Tambocor suppresses tachyarrythmia by blocking cardiac sodium channels and slowing down cardiac conduction.
tachyarrythmia detection software that monitor and automatically
Medtronic's primary products include peacemaker systems used for the treatment of bradycardia, implantable tachyarrythmia management devices, ablations systems, mechanical and tissue heart valves, balloon and guiding catheters used in angloplasty, coronary and peripheral stents and stented grafts, interventional neuroradiology products, implantable neurostimulation and drug delivery systems, hydrocephalic shunts and other neurosurgical and perfusion systems including blood oxygenators, centrifugal blood pumps, cannulae products, and autotransfusion and blood monitoring systems and products used in minimally invasive cardiac surgery.
Furthermore, Tambocor is the only sodium channel blocking agent in Japan to be approved for the treatment of tachyarrythmia in pediatric patients.
Bruce Wilkoff, MD Director of Cardiac Pacing & Tachyarrythmia Devices at Cleveland Clinic, says that because "silent" episodes often occur without symptoms they are more commonly documented in pacemaker patients, but they're not necessarily more common in pacemaker patients.
"These infections are caused by bacteria, over 80 percent gram positive bacteria, staphylococcal organisms, either aureus or epidermidis," says Bruce Wilkoff, MD, Cleveland Clinic's Director of Cardiac Pacing & Tachyarrythmia Devices.
The most frequent dysautonomia found in our patients was blood pressure derangements either in the form of hypo or hypertension while literature review revealed that there can be any autonomic derangement like hypotension, hypertension, tachyarrythmias and bradyarrhythmias in patients of GBS20-23.
Two common consequences of DCM are congestive heart failure (CHF) (Borgarelli et al., 2001) and dysarrythmias, particularly ventricular tachyarrythmias (Loj et al., 2012), due to reduced tissue oxygenation leading to sudden death of the animal (Martin et al., 2010).
It is the commonest form among all types of ventricular tachyarrythmias. It is either sustained i.e.