Heel Spur Blockade

author: doctor Kulagina Yu.V.

One of the common diseases of the musculoskeletal system is the heel spur. This pathology is detected in 26% of patients over 40 years old, and in the age group over 70 years old - already 88% of patients suffer from this disease.

Spinal blockade: indication and effectiveness

author: doctor Maslak A.A.

Pain is a sure sign that something is wrong in the body. She informs us about the presence of pathology, be it functional or originated on an organic level. But sometimes, and with a prolonged painful condition almost always, the pain is not so much a signal, but also the cause of the pathology (albeit secondary).

AV blockade 2 degrees

author: doctor Pyataeva Margarita

Despite the huge number of methods for diagnosing heart disease, one of the most accessible and informative studies is still electrocardiography. An ECG can detect not only and not so much myocardial infarction, but also changes or disturbances in the conduction of an electrical impulse in the heart, and these changes are not always accompanied by complaints from the patient. An example of such a pathology is an atrioventricular block II degree.

Incomplete blockade of the left bundle of His

author: doctor Pyataeva Margarita

When we have a cold with endless sneezing and coughing, almost everyone knows what to do. Someone brews a fake color according to grandma's recipe, and someone goes to the pharmacy for the usual paracetamol or advertised new wonder drug. However, many ordinary people are completely lost when the heart is at the sight of the disease.

The blockade of the right leg bundle of His

author: cardiologist Makarenkova T. Yu.

The blockade of the right bundle of His (BPNPG) is a pathological disorder in the work of the cardiac conduction system, in which the conduction of an electrical impulse going from the atrioventricular node to the right ventricle is slowed down or absent. There is a complete and partial blockade of the right leg of the p. His.

Consequences of a complete blockade of the left bundle of His

author: rehabilitation doctor Maslak A.A.

The heart is a unique organ that governs itself, i.e. possesses automatism, but certainly taking into account the needs of the body and not without interfering with the work of the nervous and endocrine systems. This organ is not just a muscular bag, which is a pump for pumping blood, the heart is much more complicated than it might seem.

Incomplete blockade of the right leg of the bundle of his

author: cardiologist Merter M.V.

Incomplete blockade of the right bundle of His (abbreviated as NBPNG) is partial disruption of the electrical impulse through the right leg of the bundle of His.

CA blockade 2 degrees 2 types

author: emergency doctor Saturday A.A.

Sinoatrial blockade is one of the types of arrhythmia, when impulse conduction along the fibers of the heart is disturbed in the place where the connection between the sinus and atrioventricular nodes occurs. It is of several degrees and types. It depends on the level of damage to this compound.

SA-blockade 2 degree 1 type

author: cardiologist Makarenkova T. Yu.

Sinoatrial blockade is a pathology of the cardiac conduction system characterized by impaired impulse conduction from the sinus node to the atria.

Blockade of the left ventricle of the heart

author: doctor Vasiltsov AG

Cardiac muscle has special properties compared with other organs of the human body. One of these properties is the conductivity of impulses that occur in special structures of the cardiac tissue. Sometimes it happens that the impulse is not transmitted by the cells of the heart. Such states are called blockades.

First aid for angina and myocardial infarction

Author: Emergency Doctor Deryushev A.N.

Angina pectoris and myocardial infarction refer to such a general concept as ischemic heart disease. Coronary heart disease (CHD) is characterized by a mismatch between the supply of blood rich in oxygen to myocardial cells and the oxygen demand of these cells. This lack of oxygen causes oxygen starvation (hypoxia), and then ischemia of cells and tissues. With a heart attack, this process ends with necrosis.

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