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Inflammation of atrium. Done operation. Now slow heart rate. What can we do?

Hi. My girlfriend is suffering from inflammation of her left atrium. She undergone treatment and drink meds but it doesn't make any improvements. She also had an operation few hours ago. Her doctor said that after 5hrs she should have wake up. But after 16hrs she still not awake.. And her heart rate is slow earlier. It slow down to 24 but now its okay now.. I would like to ask what can we do to stop the inflammation just in case..?
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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Dear Sir
Thanks for writing to us.
i understand your concern but i am sorry to say that it is not clear from question that what kind of problem your friend has? inflammation of left atrium is not a known medical entity. it must be actually something else. i would like you to inquire from your doctor and revert back to us with exact medical diagnosis, so that i can tell you more about this . i would also like to know what surgery was done on this girl. What symptoms/problems she had prior to surgery?
if you can come up with these details i would be glad to discuss more.
sukhvinder singh
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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