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During the investigation by NHS Grampian, Stewart denied all allegations but offered no explanation as to why she had such a high rate of unexplained foetal bradycardia.
The label adds that if a patient on amiodarone or Harvoni has no other alternative than to take that combination, patients should be counseled about the bradycardia risk.
Appropriate fluid replacement and low dose atropine improve both bradycardia and respiratory-rate depression and should generally be sufficient for the treatment.
Our patient has been made aware of his susceptibility to profound bradycardia during anaesthesia.
For hypotension with bradycardia (vaso-vagal) reaction, note that this hypotension is compounded by vagally-stimulated bradycardia, which prevents normal cardiac compensation for peripheral vasodilation.
We wanted to see if there was a link between initiation of a cholinesterase inhibitor and subsequent hospitalization for bradycardia," says lead author Laura Y.
NICE advises in its latest guidance that up to 90 per cent of all pacemakers implanted to treat sick sinus syndrome and atrioventricular block - the two primary causes of bradycardia - should be dual-chamber devices, which deliver electrical impulses to both the right atrium and the right ventricle.
The indication for unplanned C-sections among the younger women included repetitive late decelerations (38%), arrest of labor (17%), fetal anomalies (10%), multiple gestation (10%), failed induction (7%), failure to descend (7%), bradycardia (7%), malpresentation (2%), and uterine myomas (2%).
PACEMAKERS are the only form of treatment for bradycardia but South Wales lags behind the rest of UK in fitting the 50-year-old machines.
In limited studies, very low negative G loads have been associated with bradycardia.
People with bradycardia may experience symptoms such as fatigue, dizziness and fainting.
The President has a heart arrhythmia called sinus bradycardia, the White House has confirmed.