Atrioventricular block

What is Atrioventricular block?

Atrioventricular block is a disease in which impulse from one part of heart is not passing to other part, so patient develops low blood pressure and some times shock.

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How can I upload a holter monitor test for evaluation

I have uploaded my holter test result. Please provide your evaluation....

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Welcome on HCM!

I reviewed your uploaded Holter recordings and would explain that...

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I just had a ecg and I'm 42 years old. It said intra-atrial conduction delay. Should I be concerned.
P/PR 143 ms/205 ms
QRS 87 ms
QT/QTc/QTd 385...

doctor1 MD

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I'm waiting for your ECG to be uploaded.

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Hi and thank you for asking!
I read your query and understood your...

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what is low density periventricular changes, in keeping with longstanding white matter ischaemia and cerebral trophy? This is part of the diagnosis...

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Hello Mavis.

Thanks for your query.

The low density periventricular changes seen on MRI refers to slow and gradual ischaemic changes in the white matter...

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