Management Of Abnormal Heart Rhythm During ECG Examination?
afternoon, want to ask if for example the difference between sinus tachycardia without pulse at the tachycardia vertices without pulse how about that? Then, how about the handling algorithm?
Basically, an ECG is a way to assess the electrical activity of the heart, both normal and abnormal electrical activity. Sinus tachycardia as the name suggests, is a form of sinus rhythm, which is rhythm like a normal heart rate, but experiencing tachycardia. Sinus tachycardia can occur in normal conditions such as physical activity, or pathological conditions such as fever. Sinus tachycardia definitely has pulse, there is no sinus tachycardia without pulse.
Ventricular tachycardia without pulse is a condition of arrhythmia that is very different from sinus tachycardia. You should first understand how the mechanism of ventricular tachycardia occurs before discussing treatment. Ventricular tachycardia occurs when the ventricles contract so rapidly that they disrupt the heart's pump. This condition is an emergency condition that must be treated immediately, because in this condition people will not be conscious. Handlers include cardiac resuscitation, defibrillation, and administration of a series of drugs. If you want to know the theory of the mechanism of occurrence and guidelines for appropriate treatment according to the latest guidelines, you can refer to the cardiology textbook or the latest ACLS guidelines. If this is the case with your family or friends, you should consult this with the treating doctor. So much information from us, hopefully useful. Regards.