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 Is my heart rate normal??????
I am a 14 year old girl. We had to do this thing for P.E. It's like this table thing... Example: Resting for one minute Time:15 secs Beats: 18 Heart rate is: 72 Bpm ... Everything was ...


 Are there any special rate programs for people taking Plavix?
My parents both take the drug Plavix. They have a monthly net income of $2300 and the drug is very expensive. I'm wondering if there are any special rate programs available for low income ...


 How might the removal of the spleen result in an increase in the number of circulating platelets?
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 My Grandmother Need Help With AFIB?
A few months ago my grandma was diagnosed with afib she was ok for a while but recently her blood pressure and heart rate have been increasing ireggularly at 198/106 Pulse 120 with medication it ...


 how can I raise my blood pressure?
I am a 56 years old male, weighing 150 pounds. I am often dizzy when I wake up in the mornings, and sometimes when I stand or walk. When I get sick even a cold my pressure drops to 85/40...


 how long do you get palpitations for?
my mum has suffered with pausing for years but she gets it quite a lot. she feels well in herself, she don't have breathlessness or any pain but she is starting to worry now. out of 7 days she&...


 I had 2 ECG and 1 echo?
I had two ECG and they said possible LVH but I just had my echo and the tech doing it said I'm not allow to tell you but, she said if I were you I wouldn't worry about anything trust me. My ...


 best/fast way to learn heart structures posterior anterior view and veins and arteries, i have an anatomy exam?
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 Open-heart too risky for 88-year-old with history of TIAs?
We know an elderly man who had an angiogram earlier this week. He is relatively healthy (no lung or heart problems, no diabetes, nothing but several TIA's several years ago. He walks, drives, ...


 Chest pains. Something wrong with heart?
For the past few weeks I have been having HORRID chest pains that felt like my ribs were caving in on me. I'm only 16 I do not understand this. I hope it has nothing to do with my heart. My dad ...


 Acid reflux or heart problem 16?
16 and chest pains in upper chest in the middle (over stomach area,chest bone i geuss?)? I'm a 16 year old male i weigh 220 pounds,but acording to the doctor im in good shape i can run a good ...


 Is damage to arteries and heart from cholesterol permanent or can it be reversed?
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 Can excessive caffeine induce heart palpitations prior test for heart palpitations?
- i'm going for a ecg continously over a time frame of >6hours or so i was being told. Anyway, i heard heart palpitations are difficult to be detected, is that true? as it occurs randomly ...


 can high blood pressure make you pass out?
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 Blood leaving the lungs is ______ and enters the _______ of the heart?
deoxygenated; right atrium oxygenated; right atrium deoxygenated; left atrium oxygenated; left ...


 Teenage Girl with Short Sharp Chest Pains?
I have gotten a few in the past, but i've about 5 this week, they're on the right upper part of my chest, I also may have an arrytyhmia... What could be causing them? They only last for ...


 My son's EKG came back abnormal , Unusual P axis, possible ectopic atrial rhythm, right axis deviation?
it also showed a nonspecific ST segment abnormality, He is 4 years old and has a history of SVT, should I be worried?...


 Can you throw up blood from stress?
My situation is this: I live in a house of 5 people. The owner of the house's girlfriend and him have been dating for two months and she moves so fast on him. And he jumps when she says jump. So ...


 Diagnosis: 'Palpitation for Mx'?
what does that mean?...


 Recommended doctors in the Columbia, MD area?
I'm looking for a PCP in the Ft. Meade area for myself, 28 yr. old female. Got any suggestions? I'm interested in more holistic type care....



How can doctors tell if you've had a heart attack?
Tonight I learned about a man who had a "silent heart attack." This was discovered during a physical and prior to an EKG. How are doctors able to reach this conclusion?
                     




Mary Boo
Learn How to Tell if You've Had a Heart Attack Step 1 Tell your doctor if you have been experiencing arrhythmia, or an irregular heartbeat. If your heart is beating too fast, it can feel like a rapid fluttering in your chest. However, if the nerves that regulate your heartbeat have been compromised, you may experience a rate that is too slow. Step 2 Understand that nausea, vomiting, a rise in temperature and profuse sweating may accompany a heart attack. The reason for this isn't quite understood, beyond the fact that a heart attack can cause the body to throw its other internal systems into overdrive in response. Step 3 Call 911 or get to a hospital emergency room immediately if your hands, feet or the area around your mouth begin to turn blue. This indicates that there isn't enough oxygen circulating and your body is responding by shutting down vessels in the extremities to route more oxygen to the organs. Blue lips suggest that oxygen is not reaching the lungs. Step 4 Trust that crushing pain in the center of your chest is a strong indication that you are having or are about to have a heart attack. The pain often travels down one (usually the left) or both arms and, sometimes, to the jaw. If this occurs, get immediate medical attention. Step 5 Make an appointment with your doctor if you're feeling faint, dizzy or short of breath. Sudden drops in blood pressure may suggest that your heart has endured damage from a heart attack. Read more: How to Tell If You've Had a Heart Attack | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_2048168_tell-youve-had-heart-attack.html#ixzz0rlzoLLQb


aziz
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ekg, and cardiac enzyme analysis (ckmb, trop-t and trop-i)


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