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|Thu, 03-17-2005 - 10:41am|
I was just diagnosed with an abnormal sinus rhythm and was told I am bradycardic (HR is 58). I have to make an appt with a cardiologist. My Taber's dictionary mentions that sinus arrhythmia has no clinical significance. My cholesterol is great and I eat right and exercise every day. Normal BP is 90/60. Other than that, I'm a life long asthmatic with a little scarred lung tissue, and I'm still under 40 years old. Is there any significance to being bradycardic with an abnormal sinus rhythm? Thanks in advance.
Oh, by the way, I think it's great that an RN such as yourself takes the time to volunteer here to help with everyone's problems. Thank you!