low heart rate at high pressure
The Doctor's Consultation / / April 19, 2016
Hello, my husband of 67 years.In October 2015 when he was appointed sciatica disease injections of diclofenac, which we previously did, he made shots at home, the third vial of one package gave a reaction.Five minutes later he lost consciousness, sweating, wheezing, frothing at the mouth, thanks to doctors ambulance, barely saved.From this moment the problems started: the pressure jump, the 200 by 120, 140 in the 90, 50 heartbeats less permanently, and sometimes even 40 beats per minute.Consult your doctor, cardiologist sends to the therapist, and the therapist to a cardiologist.Every doctor prescribes pills on the pressure reduction canceling previous assignment.List of home medicine: diroton 40 mg, 20 mg monopril, veroshpiron 25mg, 5mg trigrim.Concor 5 mg, and Fort nolipril 5x1.25, Ramipril 5 mg.Today, even the therapist canceled simple and appointed Concor Concor AM 10x10, and there is written in the instructions that the heartbeat of less than 60 beats per minute is contraindicated, what to do?Resul
Welcome Gulsina.I would advise you to refer to another specialist, and in private clinics, where the patient is not 12 minutes devoted to the doctor, and more.Your list of medicines depressing - it duplicated the same material as required.Concor really should not be taken with a rare heart rate, because it further slows heart rate.It was very helpful to make a combined monitor the ECG and blood pressure (or at least individually) due to cancellation of all the drugs for at least 3 days, preferably weeks.So it will be possible to understand what is really going on with the pulse and pressure begin treatment with a "clean slate."Severe bradycardia (slow heart rate) can be very dangerous - developing anoxia organs, especially the brain.It is especially important to check the heart rate at night.Therefore, as I wrote, it is first necessary to make daily monitoring of an electrocardiogram, or EKG + BP combined.