Arrhythmias (cardiac arrhythmia) is one of the most complex cardiac problems because it is not a single thing. They are also associated with other heart heart diseases.
They are of many kinds, they are due to many different reasons and can be diagnosed in many different ways. And of course, having been diagnosed correctly, there are many different ways of healing. There are many who deal with arrhythmias and claim arrhythmiologists.
I think they are very useful for special interventional diagnosis and treatment methods. But I continue to believe that the miraculous organ called the heart must always be treated globally rather than isolated. The good cardiologist will diagnose arrhythmia, look for the cause, and if necessary, refer for special treatment to the arrhythmologist.
But by making the right diagnosis, it can solve the problem with the right treatment that is not related to arrhythmia but to its cause. He will heal e.g. coronary artery disease that is caused by severe ventricular arrhythmias. They occur in the form of ventricular beats, non sustained ventricular tachycardia, or sustained, and of course as ventricular fibrillation.
Other types of supraventricular arrhythmias are supraventricular arrhythmias in the form of supraventricular beats. These may be associated with anxiety or coffee use, paroxysmal supraventricular tacycardy that may be associated with some circuits within the body. heart or atrial fibrillation that may be due to thyroid, valve or non-etiologic ailments. All of these arrhythmias require good patient knowledge, proper monitoring. Use of all modern diagnostic methods, proper drug selection, and the use of appropriate interventional therapies where appropriate.
Arrhythmias and Pacemakers
In the category of therapies are also machines such as pacemakers who have placed and saved thousands of people in our place but have also been abusively placed in many – fewer than the first hope – for reasons of poor appreciation or feasibility.
Special Cardiologist, Marousi