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what effect do this RBBB has in the treatment of heart attack ?

my mom was admittet to hospital with chest pain and an ECG showed features of heart attack. the doc also said there is RBBB along with heart attack. what effect do this RBBB has in the treatment of heart attack
Mon, 12 Oct 2009
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  Anonymous's Response

RBBB is more common in high blood pressure cases, but if is with heart attack the issue is serious and has to be tackled in a proper way. they may need a pacemaker also, along with angioplasty.

  User's Response

incomplete RBBB could be a normal variant and usually an innocous conduction disorder. RBBB seldom progresses to high degree blocks. Get a angiography done once she's stabilised medically.

  User's Response
RBBB is right bundle branch block. In the the blood vessel supplying the heart is blockes, hence heart will not be able to function and this needs to be treated
  User's Response
my grandma had RBBB mentioned in ECG, but doctor said not to worry, no problem. asked to continue the bp tablets. but is there any significance if RBBB occurs in heart attack??? even dont know.
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