RBBB


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RBBBRight Bundle Branch Block (cardiology)
RBBBRed Bull Beat Battle (music competition)
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Based on the Daniel score,[3] a classical and authoritative ECG scoring system, tachycardia, S[sub]1Q[sub]3T[sub]3, RBBB, and TWI were determined from the ECG.
However, RBBB and low voltage were seen less commonly and thus were statistically not significant.
Due to the presence of pleural effusion, in combination with RBBB and respiratory alkalosis in a patient with underlying procoagulant condition (primary myelofibrosis), a computerized tomography of pulmonary vessels was performed, which excluded the presence of pulmonary embolism/thrombosis.
The resulting segments were divided into 18 different types of beats, namely, normal beat (NOR "N"), atrial premature contraction (APC "A"), fusion of ventricular and normal beat (FVN "F"), left bundle branch block (LBBB "L"), unclassifiable beat (UN "Q"), premature ventricular contraction (PVC "V"), right bundle branch block beat (RBBB "R"), ventricular flutter wave (VF "!"), atrial escape beat (AE "e"), fusion of paced and normal beat (FPN "f"), nodal (junctional) premature beat (NP "J"), isolated QRS-like artifact (-), aberrated atrial premature beat (AP "a"), ventricular escape beat (VE "E"), nodal (junctional) escape beat (NE "j"), nonconducted P-wave (blocked APB "x"), paced beat (PACE "/"), and supraventricular premature beat (SP "S").
BrS is characterized by the RBBB pattern and coved-type ST elevation >2 mm in V1-V3 derivations on ECG (1).
Six months following her initial hospital discharge, a preoperative TTE demonstrated an EF of 60-65% without wall motion abnormality and an ECG having NSR and RBBB (Figures 1-3).
The Brugada pattern includes a pattern resembling RBBB with elevation of the ST segment in the precordial leads (V1V2).
CD frequently affects the heart conduction system and the most frequently found conduction abnormality is right bundle branch block (RBBB), often associated with left anterior fascicle bundle branch block (LAFB) [56].
In addition to these abnormalities, late risers were also prone to other diseases like Wolf-Parkinson-White-Syndrome32 and right and left bundle-branch blocks (RBBB and LBBB)33.
Right bundle branch block (RBBB) was shown in 38 (9.8%) but nobody had left bundle branch block (LBBB).
Left Ventricular Hypertrophy, Bronchiectasis, Right Ventricular Hypertrophy, Cavitations, Introduction to heart blocks, Aspergillum, LBBB and RBBB, Elevated Diaphragm, LAH and LPH, Lung collapse, Cancer of Lung, Solitary nodules, Military tuberculosis, Pulmonary tuberculosis, Upper and lower Zone Fibrosis, Introduction to Regular and Irregular rhythms, mitral stenosis, Tetralogy of Fallot, Pulmonary oedema, Cardiomegaly, Wolff Parkinson White Syndrome, Coarctation of Aorta, Introduction to Ischemic changes on ECG, Metallic Valves, T wave inversions, St segment depression.
* Regular, wide complex tachycardias include monomorphic VT (in 80% of cases), SVT with right BBB (RBBB) or LBBB, preexcited tachycardia over an accessory pathway, and pacemaker tachycardias.