Bradycardia is a heart disease characterized by too slow or irregular heartbeat (irregular heart beating). If the heart beats at a rate of fewer than 60 beats per minute, it can cause several problems.
Among these problems, we can find fatigue, difficulty in making even minimal physical effort, or shortness of breath at the slightest physical activity. It can even go to recurring dizziness, which causes discomfort and fainting.
The disease can be treated with medication, but it often requires pacemaker implantation.
- People who suffer from bradycardia
- The compartment hematoma
- Relocation of one or more probes
- From 30 minutes to an hour