Treatment of medication bradycardia
Medicinal bradycardia can lead a person to a critical state, since drugs such as arrhythmias, potassium, muscle relaxants, anti-burning can slow down heart rhythm.
After a heart stop only for three minutes, you can start the heart without significant disturbances of the nervous activity. Later, irreversible changes begin to occur.
During the diagnosis of the disease, the first thing is to measure the pulse, by which one can immediately determine the shape of the rhythm disturbance. In bradycardia, heart rate in adults is 55 beats / min and below. In children, depending on age, the heart rate is 10-15% higher.
Video Definition of pulse on the artery
The tactic of treatment depends on the severity of the clinical picture. If the overdose of drugs has led to a slight decrease in heart rate, then the patient will feel satisfactorily and after a standard detoxification therapy at home, the condition will improve.
The severe bradycardia should be treated in intensive care, so if an unconscious person finds out, an ambulance should be called, because he may have a sudden heart stop because of a sharp drop in pulse.
First aid with medicated bradycardia
The patient should be placed on a horizontal surface and unbutton the shirt or released from another tight clothing. If possible, it should be called vomiting to release the stomach from the remainder of the medicine. You should also drink activated charcoal or any other sorbent. If a person is in an unconscious state then one should try to bring him into a feeling.
Chest condition is a direct indication of hospitalization, therefore, when an unconscious person is found, an ambulance should be called immediately.
Before the arrival of the medical brigade, the patient's legs should be covered with a blanket, if possible, put a hot heater. No drugs can be accepted categorically until the arrival of doctors, as a person far from medicine will not be able to predict the drug interaction and the consequences.
Medicinal effects with medicated bradycardia
Typically, the slow heartbeat is normalized with drugs such as aspartic acid, ascofen, caffeine. When medication bradycardia, the drug is first discovered, which was taken in excess, and only after that, a complex therapy is prescribed.
First of all, detoxification drugs are added to the target list, then add those that help to strengthen the contractile function of the myocardium. In any case, such manipulations are carried out under strict medical supervision, as there is a high risk of cardiac arrest and death.
Pathology is associated with the acceptance of a number of drugs that can be used only in small doses, because in excess causes a slowing of the rhythm and even a heart stop (asystole). Basically, medication bradycardia occurs when the medication is misused, that is, during self-medication, therefore, agents such as cardiac glycosides, vitamin complexes, antibiotics, psychotropic components can be used in doses strictly selected by the physician.
An important anatomical component of the heart is the valve apparatus. Without it, the blood could not move unidirectionally, which is why it is extremely important that all the valves are in a normal state and function properly. Variants of the norm and the physiological features of the valvular heart apparatus will be considered.
The main indicator of health is considered the pulse. It is not difficult to determine it, and most often the measurement is done at rest. This helps to find out most precisely the basic capabilities of the heart, and if necessary, consult a doctor in time, since both a decrease and an increase in heart rate may indicate a serious disease.