Posted by Dodgeit on November 13, 2012 at 11:52:52 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: Update, Tom's Wife posted by Adirondack case guy on November 13, 2012 at 06:38:28:
I had a similar problem in June. Spent the night in the hospital, after all kinds of tests and 36 vials of blood. They pronounced that I had a stage 3 electrical blockage of the signal from the upper chamber of the heart to the lower. The one that says I beat, your turn. Pulse was down to 34. I'm fixed now, took them less than an hour, and I was awake during the installation of the pacing device.
I hope it's something simple. Lyme dease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, low potassium or other electrolytes can cause a temparary arythmia. Once they do the Echocardiogram, they can determine if it is a clogged artery, or something else not functioing as it should.
I'll pray for her fast recovery from what ever is ailing her.
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