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*  Oculocardiac reflex
Bradycardia, junctional rhythm and asystole, all of which may be life-threatening, can be induced through this reflex. The ... If bradycardia does occur, removal of the stimulus is immediately indicated. This often results in the restoration of normal ...
*  Bezold-Jarisch reflex
Bradycardia in this setting may be treated with atropine.The Bezold-Jarisch reflex has been suggested as a possible cause of ... The bradycardia reaction to acetic acid veratril in the cardiac pacemaker region was first described by von Bezold. Jarisch ... The Bezold-Jarisch reflex is responsible for the sinus bradycardia that commonly occurs within the first 60 minutes following ... They may respond by sending signals that trigger paradoxical bradycardia and decreased contractility, resulting in additional ...
*  ANK2
Mechanistic studies on effects of these mutations in mice showed severe bradycardia and variability in heart rate, as well as ... These mice also display several electrophysiological abnormalities, including bradycardia, variable heart rate, long QT ... which can be described as an atypical arrhythmia syndrome with bradycardia, atrial fibrillation, conduction block, arrhythmia ...
*  Baroreflex
Autonomic nervous system Baroreceptor Blood pressure Heart rate turbulence Reflex bradycardia Valsalva Maneuver Scheffers. ... reflex bradycardia) and contractility. The combined effects will dramatically decrease blood pressure. In a similar manner, ...
*  Sinoatrial node
Cardiac pacemaker Cardiology Heart block Sinus bradycardia Sinus tachycardia . Keith A, Flack M. The form and nature of the ...
*  Bradycardia
... is also part of the mammalian diving reflex. A diagnosis of bradycardia in adults is based on a heart rate less ... Patients with bradycardia have likely acquired it, as opposed to having it congenitally. Bradycardia is more common in older ... Pathological causes include sinus bradycardia, sinus arrest, sinus exit block, or AV block. A ventricular bradycardia, also ... Ventricular bradycardias occurs with sinus bradycardia, sinus arrest, and AV block. Treatment often consists of the ...
*  Reflex bradycardia
... is a bradycardia (decrease in heart rate) in response to the baroreceptor reflex, one of the body's ... In the presence of high mean arterial pressure, the baroreceptor reflex produces a reflex bradycardia as a method of decreasing ... Stimuli causing reflex bradycardia include: Oculocardiac reflex sympathetic response to intracranial hypertension Systemically ... In reflex bradycardia, blood pressure is reduced by decreasing cardiac output (CO) via a decrease in heart rate (HR). An ...
*  Sinus bradycardia
... is a sinus rhythm with a rate that is lower than normal. In humans, bradycardia is generally defined to be a ... Bradycardia is not necessarily problematic. People who regularly practice sports may have sinus bradycardia, because their ... Sinus bradycardia can also be an adaptive advantage; for example, diving seals may have a heart rate as low as 12 beats per ... Sinus bradycardia is a common condition found in both healthy individuals and those who are considered well conditioned ...
*  Ictal bradycardia
... is a diagnosis in which people that have temporal lobe epilepsy experience bradycardia and is also ... Ictal bradycardia is a potential cause or reason for ictal asystole to occur and is believed to help explain the phenomenon of ... In comparison, ictal bradycardia causes epileptic discharges that disrupt the normal cardiac rhythm in a negative fashion. ... Although there is limited amount of information about ictal bradycardia, as it is a relatively new discovery and is considered ...
*  Moxonidine
... bradycardia; severe heart failure or coronary artery disease. Also: Raynaud's syndrome, intermittent claudication, epilepsy, ...
*  Nebivolol
Reference Bystolic.com • Severe bradycardia • Heart block greater than first degree • Patients with cardiogenic shock • ... bradycardia, or impotence. However, according to the FDA In late August 2008, the FDA issued a Warning Letter to Forest ...
*  Anorexia nervosa
Bradycardia or tachycardia. Depression, anxiety disorders and insomnia. Solitude: may avoid friends and family and become more ...
*  Methoctramine
Control of bradycardia. Control of bronchodilatation. Methoctramine was shown to produce some cytotoxic effects, being the ... particularly against bradycardia. However, currently it's only addressed for research purposes, since the administration to ...
*  Digitalis
Bradycardia also occurs. Because a frequent side effect of digitalis is reduction of appetite, some individuals have used the ... Digitalis poisoning can cause heart block and either bradycardia (decreased heart rate) or tachycardia (increased heart rate), ...
*  Human genetics
"Can Sinus Bradycardia Be Inherited?". NEJM Journal Watch. Massachusetts Medical Society. (Subscription required (help)). ...
*  Simple Mendelian genetics in humans
"Can Sinus Bradycardia Be Inherited?". NEJM Journal Watch. Massachusetts Medical Society. (Subscription required (help)). ...
*  Legionnaires' disease
"Relative bradycardia" may also be present, which is low or low-normal heart rate despite the presence of a fever. Laboratory ... Ostergaard L, Huniche B, Andersen PL (November 1996). "Relative bradycardia in infectious diseases". J. Infect. 33 (3): 185-91 ...
*  Proarrhythmia
Follow bradycardia, prolonged QT closely. Roden DM (August 1998). "Mechanisms and management of proarrhythmia". Am. J. Cardiol ...
*  Nicholas Kounis
"Atropine and bradycardia after myocardial infarction". Kounis NG, Chopra RK. Ann Intern Med 1974; 81: 117-8. "Oxytetracycline- ...
*  Digoxin toxicity
Sinus bradycardia is also very common. In addition, depressed conduction is a predominant feature of digoxin toxicity. Other ...
*  Toxidrome
Complications include bradycardia, hypotension, and hypothermia. Substances that may cause this toxidrome are opioids. The ... Complications include bradycardia, hypothermia, and tachypnea. Substances that may cause this toxidrome include carbamates, ... Common mnemonics for organophosphate poisoning include the "killer B's" of bradycardia, bronchorrhea and bronchospasm because ... An alternative mnemonic is DUMBBELLSS - Diarrhea, Urination, Miosis, Bradycardia, Bronchospasm, Emesis, Lacrimation, Lethargy, ...
*  Diving reflex
Diving bradycardia is relatively strong in infants younger than a year old and may be a survival response to hypoxic exposures ... This causes bradycardia and peripheral vasoconstriction. Blood is diverted from the limbs and all organs but the heart and the ... Mild bradycardia is caused by subjects holding their breath without submerging the face in water. When breathing with face ... However the greatest bradycardia effect is induced when the subject is holding breath with face submerged. Both apnea and ...
*  Zygacine
Bradycardia is the only reported arrhythmia. Ataxia, hyperactive deep-tendon reflexes and muscle spasms have also been reported ... Only the symptoms arising from zygacine poisoning in humans are usually treated, of which bradycardia and hypotension are ... In a case study, in which atropine was not sufficient, hypotension and bradycardia were successfully treated using dopamine. ...
*  Syncope (medicine)
Two major groups of arrhythmias are bradycardia and tachycardia. Bradycardia can be caused by heart blocks. Tachycardias ... Sick sinus syndrome, a sinus node dysfunction, causing alternating bradycardia and tachycardia. Often there is a long pause ... This condition, called tachycardia-bradycardia syndrome, is usually caused by sinoatrial node dysfunction or block or ... Various medications, such as beta blockers, may cause bradycardia induced syncope. Orthostatic (postural) hypotensive faints ...
*  Intracranial pressure
It is a cause of reflex bradycardia. In general, symptoms and signs that suggest a rise in ICP including headache, vomiting ... Cushing's triad involves an increased systolic blood pressure, a widened pulse pressure, bradycardia, and an abnormal ...