What is bradycardia?
Bradycardia is a condition in which the heart beats at a slower rate than normal, that is, the heart rate (heart rate), or heart rate, is less than 60 beats per minute. Normally, in a healthy person, heart rate is from 60 to 100 beats per minute.
Bradycardia is not an independent disease, but a symptom that indicates abnormalities in the heart. It can be the result of heart diseases or pathologies of other organs and systems. Continue reading
Heart disease in newborns, or congenital heart disease, are various anatomical abnormalities that occur in the structures of the heart and large vessels during fetal development. Heart defects in newborns are difficult, and circulatory failure often joins them.
Doctors distinguish “blue” and “white” heart diseases, depending on whether the disease is accompanied by cyanosis – bluish skin and mucous membranes, which in turn is determined by the low oxygen content in the blood and high – carbon dioxide. Continue reading
How health depends on atmospheric pressure
What you need to know about blood pressure Continue reading