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136 Possible Causes for Bradycardia, Brain Concussion

  • Head Injury

    Keywords Concussion Posttraumatic headache Traumatic brain injury Suggested Reading Barkhoudarian G, Hovda DA, Giza CC.[] KEYWORDS: Brain concussion/diagnosis; emergency treatment/ classification; humans; mild traumatic brain injury/diagnosis; neuropsychological Tests/statistics and numerical[] Because there is a close relationship between vision and the brain, Traumatic Brain Injury, including Concussions and Sports-related Head Injury can disrupt the visual process[]

  • Syncope

    We report a case of swallow syncope with invasive confirmation of esophageal hypertension (spasm) and invasive confirmation of a bradycardia mechanism.[] Administration of nitroglycerin at 200 μg to relax uterine smooth muscles and the application of fundal pressure led to severe bradycardia and loss of consciousness, followed[] In these patients, the cardiovascular consequences may include bradycardia, hypotension and cardiac arrest.[]

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

    Respiratory difficulty progressing to apnea or bradycardia, which requires cardiorespiratory resuscitation, results from severe injuries. 4, ,5 Evidence of other injuries,[] PURPOSE OF REVIEW: This article summarizes the impact and complications of mild traumatic brain injury and concussion in children and outlines the recent evidence for its[] HEADS UP Brain Injury Basics What Is a Concussion?[]

  • Cardiomyopathy

    Craniofacial Center Mental Health Creative Arts Therapy Critical Care Heart Critical Congenital Heart Disease Screening Program Breathing Cystic Fibrosis D Neuroscience Deep Brain[] Sudden cardiac death Clinical risk assessment Models for estimating sudden cardiac death Prevention of sudden cardiac death Risk of sudden death in children Symptomatic bradycardia[] This pacemaker also will help people with heart block or some bradycardias (slow heart rates). Implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICD).[]

  • Myocardial Infarction

    We describe a 41-year-old man who presented with steep down-sloping ST-segment elevation, paroxysmal ventricular tachycardia, severe sinus bradycardia, and intermittent complete[] […] management of concussion (minor traumatic brain injury), a condition commonly encountered by first aid providers in the prehospital environment.[] On occasion the physician may order atropine sulfate with morphine to counteract serious bradycardia.[]

  • Sinus Bradycardia

    When the resting heart rate is 60 beats per minute or less, it is defined as sinus bradycardia. In many individuals sinus bradycardia is asymptomatic.[] Concussions and brain trauma A blow to your head can cause a concussion, which often results in headache, confusion, dizziness or other symptoms, which might show up right[] Bradycardia is not necessarily problematic.[]

  • Cerebral Hemorrhage

    The head should be examined carefully for injuries, that concussion of the brain may be excluded. Prognosis .[] Symptoms may include: Apnea and bradycardia (stopping breathing and low heart rate) Pale or blue coloring (cyanosis) Weak suck High-pitched cry Seizures Swelling or bulging[] “According to research, the brain continues to evolve until an individual is 20-25 years old.[]

  • Meningitis

    The initial presentation is usually nonspecific with features including raised or unstable temperature, respiratory distress, episodes of apnoea and bradycardia, hypotension[] RELATED: Knowing These 9 Concussion Symptoms Could Save Your Brain Advertisement 6 of 12 Golubovy/Getty Images What parents of newborns need to know “When small babies get[]

  • Bacterial Pneumonia

    […] or other brain injury People aged 65 years or older.[] […] following: Hyperthermia (fever, typically 38 C) [1] or hypothermia ( 35 C) Tachypnea ( 18 respirations/min) Use of accessory respiratory muscles Tachycardia ( 100 bpm) or bradycardia[] The blood clot, which was in a vein in the space between the brain and the skull behind the right ear, led Clinton to spend a few days in New York-Presbyterian Hospital and[]

  • Cerebral Edema

    Lacerations and contusions (brain) Concussion Shaken baby syndrome Brain Hemorrhage Bleeding in the brain tissue may lead to a hematoma which compresses the brain tissue in[] HA, nausea, vomiting, papilledema, altered mental status, Chushings response increase in ICP with bradycardia Transtentorial (uncicate) herniation temporal lobe is compressed[] The most common cause of CE is traumatic brain injury (including sport-related concussions, neurocysticercosis, malignant encephalitis) - other causes include infections ([]

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