Blockade of calcaneal spur

author: doctor Kulagina Yu.V.

One of the most common diseases of the musculoskeletal system is the calcaneal spur. This pathology is detected in 26% of patients older than 40 years, and in the age group over 70 years - already 88% of patients suffer from this disease.

Blockade of the spine: indications and efficacy

author: doctor Maslak AA

Pain is a sure sign that something is wrong in the body. It informs us about the presence of pathology, whether it is functional or originating at an organic level. But sometimes, and with prolonged pain, almost always, pain is not so much a signal, but also a cause of pathology (albeit secondary).

AV blockade of the 2nd degree

author: doctor Pyataeva Margarita

Despite a huge number of methods for diagnosing heart disease, one of the most accessible and informative studies is still electrocardiography. The ECG makes it possible to detect not only and not so much myocardial infarction, as well as changes or disturbances in the conductivity of the electrical pulse in the heart, and not always these changes are accompanied by complaints from the patient. An example of such a pathology is atrioventricular blockade of the 2nd degree.

Incomplete left bundle branch blockade

author: doctor Pyataeva Margarita

When we get cold with endless sneezing and coughing, almost everyone knows how to act. Someone makes a lime blossom by grandmother's recipe, and someone goes to the pharmacy for the usual paracetamol or a brand new miracle drug. However, many ordinary people are completely lost when the heart is at the sight of an ailment.

Blockade of the right leg of the bundle

author: cardiologist Makarenkova T.Yu.

The blockade of the right bundle of the bundle is a pathological abnormality in the work of the conduction system of the heart, in which the electrical impulse going from the atrioventricular node to the right ventricle is slowed or absent. There are complete and partial blockade of the right leg of the village of Gis.

Consequences of complete blockage of the left bundle branch leg

author: physician-rehabilitologist Maslak AA

The heart is a unique organ that guides itself, that is, has automaticity, but, of course, taking into account the needs of the body and not without interference in the work of the nervous and endocrine systems. This organ is not just a muscle bag, which is a pump for pumping blood, the heart is much more complicated than it might seem.

Incomplete blockade of the right bundle branch leg

author: cardiologist Merter M.V.

Incomplete blockade of the right leg of the bundle of His (abbreviated as NBPPG) is a partial violation of the patency of the electric pulse through the right leg of the bundle.

CA-blockade of the 2nd degree of the 2nd type

author: ambulance doctor Saturday AA

Sinoatrial blockade is one of the types of arrhythmia, when impulse is disturbed in the heart fibers at the place where the connection between the sinus and atrioventricular nodes occurs. It can be of several degrees and types. It depends on the level of damage to this connection.

CA-blockade of the 2nd degree of the 1st type

author: cardiologist Makarenkova T.Yu.

Sinoatrial blockade is a pathology of the conduction system of the heart, characterized by impaired conduction of the pulse going from the sinus node to the atria.

Blockade of the left ventricle of the heart

author: doctor Vasil'tsov AG

The heart muscle has special properties in comparison with other organs of the human body. One of these properties is the conductivity of impulses that arise in special structures of cardiac tissue. Sometimes it happens that the impulse is not transmitted by the cells of the heart. Such states are called blockades.

First aid for angina and myocardial infarction

Author: ambulance doctor Deryushev A.N.

Angina pectoris and myocardial infarction refer to such a common concept as ischemic heart disease. Coronary heart disease (CHD) is characterized by a mismatch between the intake of blood rich in oxygen to the cells of the myocardium and the oxygen demand for these cells. This lack of oxygen generates oxygen starvation (hypoxia), and then ischemia of cells and tissues. With a heart attack, this process ends with necrosis.

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