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My mother suffers from Rheumatic heart disease and has irregular heart rate. How to control the heart rate ?

SIR my mother is taking channelSR120 one tablet daily fruslac one tab, acitrom 2mg one tab in morning. she is suffering rhematic heart disease with moderate ms( mvop1.2sqcm), last one month she has irrarular heart rate100/min after 8 hours of taking medicines. heart rate remain 74/min after medicine. can this 100/min heart rate is dangerous , can it be controlled.age is 68yrs height is 5ft 3inch & weaght is 48kg
Asked On : Wed, 8 Jun 2011
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Cardiologist, Interventional 's  Response
hello .... N Welcome ....
Treatment of Rheumatic heart disease is nicely done by ur physician.
Regarding heart rate, between 60 to 100 is totally normal.
Some time we can use beta blocker in place Of Channel Sr 120. With beta blockers some time we can control heart rate in a better way.
U should check for regular Inr Test.
So, good luck, dont worry n continue with medication
Answered: Fri, 6 Apr 2012
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hi deepak
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100/min is not dangerous bt if it go above 100 than it can term as tachycardia and below 60/min it is term as bradycardia.
60 to 100/min is normal range so need not worry.
Answered: Thu, 9 Jun 2011
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