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Is elevated heart rate related to asthma?

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10 year old grandson has elevated heart rate lasting for 1 1/2 hours after sports, ekg normal, echo of heart normal, could this be asthma related? Posted By : Compton1961j Heart rate was 200 for the hour and half. Could this cause damage to the heart?
Posted Sat, 30 Nov 2013 in Heart Rate and Rhythm Disorders
Answered by Dr. Uma Rajah Ananth 3 hours later
Brief Answer: difficult to predict Detailed Answer: Hi, Yes , If left uncontrolled further can cause problem. Now one has to examine him and decide. Each individual reacts differently. Asthma can cause mild to moderate tachycardia when there is acute attack.( but not usually up to 200/ mt) Drugs like salbutamol can cause tachycardia( used for asthma). Hyperthyroidism is another non cardiac cause. Good luck Dr uma
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