" ...syncope. ...so give him atropine. Q bank says u must try atropine first to treat vasovagal syncope... "
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Bradycardia (Greek language , bradykard a, "heart slowness"), in the context of adult medicine, is the resting heart ra...Read on Wikipedia
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Bradycardia & Fainting
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" Luke used to pass out briefly due to bradycardia - his was due to complete heart block and was cured by a pacemaker. (It was unusual to put a pacemaker in children back then as they were... "
" ...said that ondasetron prevents also spinal induced bradycardia ...had two subsequent monitors flat line, and all started when the anestheiologist informed him that the operation had just... "
" ...while hospitalized for episodes of fainting, skipping heart beats, bradycardia, fatigue etc etc. In retrospect, this all began 30 years ago at 14 and I have since had long periods of disability... "
" ...a result of bradycardia (slow heartbeat). I have a pacemaker and pass out less frequently because I don't pass out now when my heart rate drops too low however I still pass out from bp changes... "
" Greetings, When your heart rate dropped into the 40's before getting ...telling me I have to pass out before they wi... "
" ...back that she had passed out during basketball practice. ...EKG done and her heart rate is abnormally low. She's getting r... "
" ...is currently passed out asleep (and worrying the new nurse because his heart rate is... "
" Echo cardiogram and SSS Hubby has bradycardia, but recently developed a fast heart rate at times ...to me. Hubby also has syncope with the bradycardia and has had it for... "
" ...as well. I also have a history of fainting spells which has often lead ...called. They usually find my heart rate to be abnormally low. This was very informative and... "
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