RBB

(redirected from Right Bundle Branch)
AcronymDefinition
RBBRundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (TV channel)
RBBRapid Bios Boot
RBBResults Based Budgeting
RBBRight Bundle Branch
RBBRight Bank Babies (Los Angeles, CA)
RBBRed and Black Block
RBBResidential Broadband
RBBRebirth Brass Band
RBBReverse Body Bias (electronics)
RBBReuters Business Briefing (Reuters online information service)
RBBRainy Blue Bell (Japanese rap group)
RBBRyerson Business Building
RBBReality Bites Back (fan forums)
RBBRacing Blondel Bollène (French soccer club)
RBBResin Bonded Bridge (dental)
RBBRome Blue Basic (gaming)
RBBRandom Bits Bin (File)
RBBRouer, Bernard, Bretout (French accounting firm)
RBBRune Bolstered Belt (gaming)
RBBRandom Bladder Biopsy
RBBRetail Banking Boutique (India)
RBBRight Breast Biopsy
RBBReality Bulletin Board
RBBRidyard, Bishop and Baker (economic consulting firm)
References in periodicals archive ?
Caption: Figure 1: EKG showing borderline AV conduction delay and right bundle branch block (RBBB) pattern.
In our case, right bundle branch block was found via ECG.
The incomplete right bundle branch block, a common finding in athletes,[8] was determined by the consulting cardiologist to be an incidental finding.
Electrocardiogram was consistent with right bundle branch block with QRS duration 124 ms.
DIAGNOSIS: Sinus rhythm; high-grade second-degree atrioventricular block with a junctional escape rhythm and three capture complexes, each with right bundle branch block aberration; possible septal myocardial infarct of indeterminate age; ST-T and U wave changes suggesting hypokalemia.
An electrocardiogram revealed sinus rhythm, right bundle branch block and frequent, premature ventricular beats (Fig 1).The echocardiogram showed right ventricular dilatation and hypocontractile areas.
(5-9) Several studies reported changes in the activity of heart including P-wave axis and amplitude, rightward displacement of QRS and T-axis, reduction of amplitude of QRS complex in limb and precordial leads, sinus tachycardia, Right bundle branch block (RBBB) etc., among COPD patients.
The QRS complexes are 0.12 seconds in duration and have the pattern of right bundle branch block (late broad R wave in lead V1) and left anterior fascicular block (QRS axis of -75 degrees with a qR pattern in leads I and a VL and an rS pattern in leads II, III, and aVF).
DIAGNOSIS: Sinus rhythm, atrial bigeminy with right bundle branch block (RBBB) type aberrant ventricular conduction of alternate atrial premature complexes (APCs), and Q waves of inferior and anterolateral myocardial infarcts of indeterminate age.