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Does high pulse rate lead to paralysis ?

My father is 81 years old and his pulse rate is 130 and BP normal He is advised RFA sysmptoms are slight giddiness a) Is it emergency b) Is RFa necessary c)Can it not be cured by drugs/ lifestyle changes d) Does high pulse rate lead to paralysis ?
Asked On : Tue, 2 Mar 2010
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Your father needs to be evaluated for the tachycardia that he is might be serious for his age.. once cause is made out, we can think of treating and managing it.. Get a ECHO and a ECG done for your father and discuss with the cardioloist..Resting pulse rate should not cross 100 beats per minute.

Answered: Wed, 3 Mar 2010
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