1 edition of You and your arrhythmia found in the catalog.
|Statement||John A. Kastor|
|LC Classifications||RC685.A65 K38 2006eb|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xvi, 143 p.)|
|Number of Pages||143|
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You and Your Arrhythmia: A Guide to Heart Rhythm Problems for Patients & Their Families 1st Edition by John Kastor (Author)/5(3). Whether you or a loved one suffers from heart rhythm disorders, You and Your Arrhythmia: A Guide to Heart Rhythm Problems for Patients and Their Families offers help.
This book includes cases with simple explanations to provide patients and their families with a better understanding of heart rhythm disorders, diagnosis, treatment, and long-term : You and Your Arrhythmia: A Guide to Heart Rhythm Problems for Patients › Customer reviews5/5.
If like me you have sometimes had misgivings about interpreting certain cardiac arrhythmias, then Bennett's Cardiac arrhythmias - practical notes on interpretations and treatment is a welcome resource and solution.
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The book then devotes specific chapters to various arrhythmias, including technical innovations in treatment and insights from clinical trials of and current guidelines for permanent pacemakers and implantable cardioverter-defibrillators.
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Using clinical cases to encourage practical learning, this book assists electrophysiologists and device specialists in tackling both common and unusual situations that they may encounter during daily practice.
Basic Arrhythmias includes appendices on Clinical Implications, Cardiac Anatomy and Physiology, Lead Electrocardiography, Basic Lead Interpretation, and Pathophysiology of Arrhythmias.
Practice EKG rhythm strips are included in most chapters to give students extensive, realistic hands-on practice—the single most important element in developing arrhythmia interpretation /5(44). Introduction. A basic knowledge You and your arrhythmia book the cardiac action potential and cardiac conduction system facilitates understanding of cardiac arrhythmias.
The effects and side-effects of anti-arrhythmic drugs are depended on the influence on ion channels involved in the generation and/or perpetuation of the cardiac action potential. Most likely an arrhythmia occurs in response to a sudden (and unexpected) surge of adrenaline that the body creates when it is stressed.
It could also be due to muscle tension, hyperventilation, or nerve firings that may occur due to the anxiety. Depending on your symptoms and other health factors, you may need medications to control your heart rate, your heart rhythm, or both, such as: Anti-arrhythmic agents Medications for rate control; Devices that treat arrhythmia.
For serious arrhythmias, you may need a device to control your heart rate and rhythm. Cardiac Arrhythmia Management: A Practical Guide for Nurses and Allied Professionals provides a much-needed resource for nurses and other professionals who work directly with patients being treated for cardiac arrhythmias.
Comprehensive in scope, the book covers cardiac arrhythmia conditions and the issues surrounding implantable devices from. If you would like to purchase both the physical text You and your arrhythmia book MyLab BRADY search for: / Basic Arrhythmias Plus MyLab BRADY with Pearson eText — Product Package,8/e.
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We discuss these options with you to decide on the right treatment for your specific needs. Devices that treat arrhythmia. For serious arrhythmias, you may need a device to control your heart rate and rhythm.
This book covers the basics of arrhythmia interpretation and includes appendices on cardiac anatomy and physiology, clinical implications of arrhythmias, lead electrocardiography, basic lead interpretation and pacemakers.4/5.
Fully revised and updated for its Fourth Edition, Dr. Josephson's classic text provides a thorough understanding of the mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmias and the therapeutic interventions used to treat arrhythmias. The book details the electrophysiologic methodology required to define the mechanism and site of origin of arrhythmias so that safe and effective therapy can be chosen.4/5(2).
Cardiac Arrhythmias John A Kastor,University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland, USA Cardiacarrhythmiasaredisturbancesintherhythmoftheheartmanifestedbyirregularity or File Size: KB.
You can search by term, letter, or chapter. Use "Web Links" as a resource for further online arrhythmia information - includes over 60 sites organized into six major topics. Together, your book and this site help you become a master of arrhythmia interpretation. "Go On" () "You and Your Heart" () "At or With Me" () "You and Your Heart" is a song by Hawaiian singer-songwriter Jack Johnson and is the lead single from his fifth studio album, To the and Your Heart" is a song by Hawaiian singer-songwriter Jack Johnson and is the lead single from his fifth studio album, To the : Soft rock, surf rock.
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If you feel something unusual happening with your heartbeat, call so doctors can find out why it's happening and what you need to do about it. Causes and Types of of Arrhythmias You.
Your outlook depends on the type and severity of your arrhythmia. If you think you have an arrhythmia, you should see your doctor.
Even the most serious arrhythmias can often be treated : The Healthline Editorial Team. However, if you do choose the Synopsis rather than the longer chapters, please read the Foreword and Introduction first to put the tale into context.
Thank you for visiting the site and please feel free to comment or share your own experiences by adding a comment at the foot of any chapter or posting on the Facebook page. If you experience this, call your doctor: Sinus node dysfunction.
This slow heart rhythm is due to a problem with the heart's sinus node. Some people with this type of arrhythmia need a pacemaker. Newly revised edition of a BEST-SELLING EKG book.
Revised and updated to include topics such as the use of pacemakers and implanted defibrillators. A FREE in-book CD will give users an opportunity to practice in an interactive and fun environment.
Appropriate for any student or practicing health care provider who needs to learn or review basic EKG or arrhythmia concepts. An arrhythmia is when your heart beats too fast, too slow or in an uneven, irregular rhythm.
Find out about different types of arrhythmias, how they’re diagnosed and treated. Your heart has an electrical system that sends messages to the heart muscle, telling it when to push blood around the body. This is a heartbeat.
Did you always have arrhythmia or did you recently develop anxiety. Which came first because if it's anxiety, and than you realized arrhythmia, it could be anxiety that's fluctuating with your heart patterns.
If this is the case, it could be mental anxiety. For all courses in basic or introductory cardiography Focused coverage and realistic hands-on practice help students master basic arrhythmias Basic Arrhythmias, Eighth Edition, gives beginning students a strong basic understanding of the common, uncomplicated rhythms that are a foundation for further learning and success in electrocardiography /5(2).
Tell your doctor if arrhythmia symptoms are getting worse or if you have new symptoms. Allow your doctor to monitor you regularly if you're taking blood-thinning medicines. If you have an arrhythmia, taking care of yourself is important. If you feel dizzy or faint, you should lie down. Don't try to walk or drive.
Tell your doctor about it. Arrhythmia symptoms Symptoms of arrhythmias are varied and can indicate either a harmless condition or one that needs immediate attention. To be safe, you should consult your doctor if you Author: The Healthline Editorial Team.
Management of Cardiac Arrhythmias Edited by Gan-Xin Yan, MD, PhD Main Line Health Heart Center Wynnewood, PA, USA Peter R. Kowey, MD Jefferson Medical College While the advice and information in this book are believed to be true and accurate at the date of going to press, neither the authors nor the.
Arrhythmia, also known as cardiac arrhythmia or heart arrhythmia, is a group of conditions in which the heartbeat is irregular, too fast, or too slow.
The heart rate that is too fast – above beats per minute in adults – is called tachycardia, and a heart rate that is too slow – below 60 beats per minute – is called bradycardia.
Some types of arrhythmias have no cations: Stroke, heart failure. But this book extols the virtuous story of what I think we should be telling ourselves around our biology and our hormones and our infradian rhythm—that the key to your well-being is not what.
Arrhythmia is caused by changes in heart tissue and activity or in the electrical signals that control your heartbeat. These changes can be caused by damage from disease, injury, or genetics. Often there are no symptoms, but some people feel an irregular heartbeat.
You may feel faint or dizzy or have difficulty breathing. Tell your doctor if arrhythmia symptoms are getting worse or if you have new symptoms. Allow your doctor to check you regularly if you're taking blood-thinning medicines.
If you have an arrhythmia, taking care of yourself is important. If you feel dizzy or faint, you should lie down. Don't try to walk or drive. Let your doctor know about these.
Abnormal Heart Rhythms. We know a lot of things about cardiac rhythms and their abnormalities, but there are some things that are still waiting to be discovered and, therefore, require more study.
In this book, the authors put a little light on those matters, which are not well known yet. Start studying Arrhythmia Review. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. An arrhythmia (also called dysrhythmia) is an irregular or abnormal heartbeat.
Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. Your pulse indicates your heart rate, or the number of times your heart beats in one minute.
Arrhythmias can produce a broad range of symptoms, from barely perceptible to very serious. A heart arrhythmia has become dangerous if symptoms develop, such as fatigue, dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting or near-fainting spells, rapid heartbeat or pounding, shortness of breath or chest pain.
In extreme cases, a severe arrhythmia can cause. An arrhythmia is an abnormal heartbeat. Most arrythmias are caused by an electrical "short circuit" in the heart. The heart normally beats in a consistent pattern, but an arrhythmia can make it beat too slowly, too quickly, or irregularly.
This erratic pumping can lead to a variety of symptoms, including fatigue, dizziness, and chest pain.Arrhythmias are disorders in which the electrical impulses in your heart do not work properly, causing a slow, fast or irregular heart rhythm.
Arrhythmias range from asymptomatic to uncomfortable, dangerous to lethal. A healthy heart moves blood efficiently from chamber to chamber and then out to the rest of the body.What are the signs of arrhythmia?
Dr. Vivek Y. Reddy, MD on behalf of The Mount Sinai Health System. Cardiac Electrophysiologist. Occasionally people experience palpitations, or heightened awareness of their heartbeat. It is common for the heart .