Common bradycardia symptoms?

Bradycardia is a cardiac arrhythmia with symptoms varying from fatigue, weakness, fainting, shortness of breath, dizziness, memory impairment, and sleep problems. Some may remain asymptomatic. Bradycardia is a type of cardiac arrhythmia characterized by an abnormally slow heartbeat. In general, the symptoms of bradycardia will be different for each person with heart problems. Often, individuals […]

Asymptomatic bradycardia: what is it?

Asymptomatic bradycardia is a condition where a person has a slow heartbeat without any symptoms. A resting heart rate below 60 beats per minute may indicate bradycardia, but if it does not fall below 55 to 50 beats per minute, there are usually no symptoms. Patients with a resting heart rate of 55 beats per […]

What’s symptomatic bradycardia?

Symptomatic bradycardia is a condition where the heart rate drops below 50 beats per minute, causing symptoms such as dizziness and fatigue. Treatment options vary depending on the underlying cause, and an electrocardiogram test may be ordered to determine the origins of the abnormal heart rhythm. Symptomatic bradycardia is a condition characterized by an abnormally […]

What’s fetal bradycardia?

Fetal bradycardia, a slow heart rate in a fetus, can be caused by medications taken during labor, low maternal blood pressure, and umbilical cord compression. It can be detected and monitored with fetal heart monitors and treated with drugs or addressing underlying medical conditions. Congenital conditions can also cause fetal bradycardia and can be detected […]

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