RBBB stands for Right Bundle Branch Block, meaning that electrical conduction is slow through that particular bundle branch. It has various causes and may at times be present in normal people too. You need an echo of the heart as also evaluation for any other co-existing cardiac or pulmonary problems. If these tests are normal, there is no need to worry.
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Fortunately complete RBB does not go for complete heart block.
So in all cases pacemakers are not indicated.
But final authority is your cardiologist so consult him and seek his advice.
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Answered: Thu, 23 Jun 2011
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