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5,8 The current study was planned to determine the diagnostic yield of 48-hour Holter recording in children with unexplained palpitations and to determine the significance of various symptoms associated with palpitation in predicting the outcome of Holter studies.
During follow-up, the patient presented with recurrent palpitation and headaches when sitting or standing.
Comfortable at rest, but ordinary physical activity results in fatigue, palpitation, or dyspnea.
Less than ordinary physical activity results in fatigue, palpitation, dyspnea, or anginal pain.
hot flushes, sweating and palpitation are more common in the high socioeconomic group in our community.
Keshav R suspected that an event of Heart Palpitation might have occurred.
A palpitation, an irregularity in the heart's rate or rhythm, may range from a "flip-flopping" to a racing or skipping sensation.
A 21-year-old female patient was admitted to our hospital with severe muscle weakness, fatigue, unable to move all extremities and palpitation following a high carbohydrate meal.
These include palpitation due to a missed or extra heart beat, or severe palpitation and even fainting, dizziness or sudden death," said Dr Lochan.
He looked a little shaky and said he has had some heart palpitation stuff in the past.
When asked why they began taking benzodiazepine, most of the respondents mentioned their physical symptoms such as sleeping difficulty, anxiety, palpitation and dizziness rather than their psychiatric symptoms appeared.
You may have had a heart palpitation (pal-puh-TAY-shun), instead of a heart murmur, which you can't feel and usually can only hear with a stethoscope.