Treatment Of Right Heart Rhythm Disorders?
noon I want to ask .. the results of my last check-up when I was diagnosed with EKG there was a rhythm disorder in the heart.
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RBBB is an extension of the right bundle branch block. This condition refers to a delay or obstruction in the electrical pathway that regulates the right heart rate. RBBB does not always have typical clinical symptoms. However, this condition can make sufferers feel weak, floating, blurred vision, even fainting. Frequently, RBBB occurs due to damage to the heart's electrical pathways triggered by a heart attack (myocardial infarction). However, this condition can also occur due to congenital heart defects, heart muscle infections (myocarditis), pulmonary hypertension, or pulmonary embolism.
If there are no disturbing clinical symptoms, often the RBBB does not require special treatment. However, the cause of this condition should be identified and treated properly so that the risk of heart failure and even death can be minimized.
Therefore, you need to consult directly with your doctor or cardiologist regarding your condition. ECG and ECG tests can be done by a doctor to evaluate your condition, as well as determine the treatment that needs to be done. In some conditions, your doctor may also direct you to use a pacemaker or undergo cardiac resynchronization therapy (biventricular pacing). With proper treatment, RBBB can be cured and deadly complications can be prevented.
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