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Rev Med Suisse ; volume 9. Tableau 1. Recommendations for interpretation of lead electrocardiogram in the athlete. Ambulatory electrocardiographic recording in endurance athletes. Clinical significance of abnormal electrocardiographic patterns in trained athletes. Interpretation of the electrocardiogram of young athletes. Sudden cardiac arrest associated with early repolarization.
Long- term follow-up of asymptomatic healthy subjects with frequent and complex ventricular ectopy. Ambulatory electrocardiographic findings in top athletes, athletic students and control subjects. Prevalence and possible mechanisms of ventricular arrhythmias in athletes.
Impact of physical deconditioning on ventricular tachyarrhythmias in trained athletes. Relation between training-induced left ventricular hypertrophy and risk for ventricular tachyarrhythmias in elite athletes. High prevalence of right ventricular involvement in endurance athletes with ventricular arrhythmias. Role of an electrophysiologic study in risk stratification. Long-lasting sport practice and lone atrial fibrillation. Relation of vigorous exercise to risk of atrial fibrillation.
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Flutter auriculaire 2:1 simulant un bloc atrio-ventriculaire de premier degré
Atrial flutter AFL is a common abnormal heart rhythm that starts in the atrial chambers of the heart. Symptoms may include a feeling of the heart beating too fast, too hard, or skipping beats , chest discomfort, difficulty breathing , a feeling as if one's stomach has dropped, a feeling of being light-headed, or loss of consciousness. Although this abnormal heart rhythm typically occurs in individuals with cardiovascular disease e. It is typically not a stable rhythm, and often degenerates into atrial fibrillation AF. Similar to the abnormal heart rhythm atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter also leads to poor contraction of the atrial chambers of the heart. This leads to the pooling of the blood in the heart and can lead to the formation of blood clots in the heart which poses a significant risk of breaking off and traveling through the bloodstream resulting in strokes. A supraventricular tachycardia with a ventricular heart rate of beats per minute is suggestive though not necessarily diagnostic of atrial flutter.
Le Lantasode C Intraveineux Dans Le Traitement Du Flutter Auriculaire
Rev Med Suisse ; volume 9. Tableau 1. Recommendations for interpretation of lead electrocardiogram in the athlete. Ambulatory electrocardiographic recording in endurance athletes. Clinical significance of abnormal electrocardiographic patterns in trained athletes.