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Is RBBB asociated with an increase in mortality and morbidity?

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Asymptomatic Isolated rbbb prognosis does it increase mortality hazard? Qrs : 126 and feeling healthy with no symptoms. Echo and holter and stress test were ok
Posted Tue, 18 Feb 2014 in Valvular Heart Disease
Answered by Dr. Benard Shehu 6 days later
Brief Answer: RBBB IS ASOCIATED WITH AN INCREASE IN MORBIDITY Detailed Answer: Hi XXXXXXX According to the Copenhagen heart study RBBB is asociated with an increase in mortality and morbidity. However this is a study that should be taken with reserve and further study's are neede to confirm those findings. Hope it answered to your query! Dr. Benard
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