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PERSISTENT ARRHYTHMIAS AFTER ELECTROCUTION IN A PATIENT SCHEDULED FOR GRAFT SURGERY

Authors: RekhiBalwinder K., RekhiHarnam S, Singh Praneet, Singh Harcharan

Int J Med Res Health Sci.2015;4(3):717-719 | pdf PDF Full Text

ABSTRACT

PVC may occur due to numerous etiologies. Manifestations may range from an asymptomatic presentation to ventricular fibrillation and death.  The incidence of PVC in healthy population may range from 0.5% in those aged below 20 years old to 2.2% in those older than 50. Here we present a case of persistent arrhythmias after six months of electrocution. Patient was admitted in our hospital for graft surgery post burns.

Keywords: Arrhythmias, Electrocution, PVC (Premature Ventricular Contractions), Holter Monitoring.

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RekhiBalwinder K., RekhiHarnam S, Singh Praneet, Singh Harcharan. PERSISTENT ARRHYTHMIAS AFTER ELECTROCUTION IN A PATIENT SCHEDULED FOR GRAFT SURGERY .Int J Med Res Health Sci. 2015;4(3):717-719.


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RekhiBalwinder K., RekhiHarnam S, Singh Praneet, Singh Harcharan. PERSISTENT ARRHYTHMIAS AFTER ELECTROCUTION IN A PATIENT SCHEDULED FOR GRAFT SURGERY.


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RekhiBalwinder K., RekhiHarnam S, Singh Praneet, Singh Harcharan. PERSISTENT ARRHYTHMIAS AFTER ELECTROCUTION IN A PATIENT SCHEDULED FOR GRAFT SURGERY .Int J Med Res Health Sci. 2015;4(3):717-719.

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