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Heart beat increases rapidly. What is the possible medication and treatment given for this case?

today i have made a stress ECG and my doctor has found that my heart beat increases rapidly while i start to exercise and after 5 minute he has stopped b/c of the rapid heart beat. before the exercise my HR was 82 and while exercise it was 140 and it continues at the same time ECHO DOOPELAR STUDY was normal. so what is the possible medication and treatment given for this case?
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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Critical Care Specialist 's  Response
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Dear ptient, if exercise was stopped just because of increase in the heart rate and you didn't felt any chest pain, breathin difficulty, dizziness or blackout , then probably the sudden rise in the heart rate at the onset of the exercise could have been due to anxiety and apprenhension related to the procedure and not due to the exercise induced ischaemia or cardiac decompensation because your ECG and Echo were also normal during that exercise period , so you need not to worry about it and no treatement is required for the same. If there are any risk factors like diabetes, hypertension, smoking ,alcoholism, obesity or dyslipidemia for your probably having a coronary artery disease then you should keep them under better control through proper consultations with your physian
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Dr Arshad
Answered: Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Critical Care Specialist Dr. Sadiq Mughal's  Response
Hi thanks for your question.
Increase in heart rate from 82 to 140 beat per minute at the start of excercise is normal physaiological response to excercise.Your echocardiography is normal there is nothing to worry and you don't need any medication for this condition.
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Answered: Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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