A sharp jump in rhythm, from 60 to 170, and it is impossible to slow down the heartbeat. What medicine should I take and what should I do? Grandma 80.

A sharp jump in rhythm, from 60 to 170, and it is impossible to slow down the heartbeat. What medicine should I take and what should I do? Grandma 80.

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Answer 1
January, 2021

In this case, you need to call an ambulance, do an EKG and go to the hospital, where the correct medication will be prescribed and the grandmother will be under the supervision of doctors. There, be sure to ask what to do in a similar situation at home next time.

I will explain: without ECG results, without seeing a patient with heart problems in front of him, no normal doctor would dare to prescribe treatment. The ECG will show the type of arrhythmia and tell you what to do next.

Answer 2
January, 2021

Sorry for my answer. But taking into account the age of the grandmother, not knowing any hemodynamic parameters, and especially without an EKG, a Holter-EKG, no doctor will be able to recommend any drug to you. This is not a medical tediousness, there are just a lot of types of arrhythmias and each type has its own drugs. There is no universal drug. An incorrectly prescribed drug for arrhythmia can significantly worsen the patient's condition or even kill. We live in the 21st century, if you are concerned about the health of your grandmother, then either bring your grandmother a cardiologist with an ECG or vice versa: go for an examination by a therapist or cardiologist at any medical center, now almost every one has a Holter-ecg, you can get tested and the situation will clear up. p>

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