I have accidentally overdosed diltiazem. So, when I realized that I have contacted my cardilogist, but he has ignored it and said I going to be fine (That s IT) (360x2 don t know for how long, maybe a month instead 360x1) He changed my dose to 420. My pb is fine but I am flushing on one side on my face. What should I do?
My father is 95 and good physical health. His cardiologist wants to replace his pacemaker....he doesn t have any symptoms but he has had the pacemaker 5 yrs+ What are the risks for this surgery at age 95 and is it absolutely necessary. Or do the risks out weigh any benefit?
Hi Dr, My father age is 75, last one week he was complaining discomfort, yesterday we did Echo Cartographic Conclusion Ischemic Cardimyopathy RA/RV MildlyDilated, Mild to Moderate PAH CAD: RWMA LAD Territory Sclerosed Martial and Aortic Valve Severe LV Dysfunction No LA/LV Clot, Severe MR, Mild TR my query can we place pacemaker and or else how better we can treat ? Note: no sugar, or BP