Sinus bradycardia

What is Sinus bradycardia?

Sinus bradycardia is a heart rhythm that originates from the sinus node and has a rate that is lower than normal. In humans, bradycardia is generally defined to be a rate of under 60 beats per minute.

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hi ,, male patient 83 ys old will be operated after 2 days >> follow up cystoscopy & he has sinus bradycardia ( 48 beats / min ) . he is not taking...

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For full examination he will need to undergo echocardiography and holter monitoring(24 hour ECG monitoring), if there is no serious abnormality...

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HI, I had an EKG performed on me during a physical exam as a result of a change in blood pressure. The EKG came back abnormal and it turns out that...

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sinus bradycardia without any problem like giddiness or syncope is not harmful
in train athlets sinus bradycardia is physiological
in your case...

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Does anyone know what sinus bradycardia is, and what can cause it? Is it possible that a known medication that you are allergic to could cause this ?

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