ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC EFFECT

The change in electrical activity of the heart by administering a drug .

MUSCARINE

can be isolated from Amanita muscaria, otherwise known as Agaric and other fungi. Muscarine stimulates a variety of acetylcholine receptors in smooth muscle, cardiac...

MYOPATHY

is an umbrella term used to describe any condition or disorder which involves defective functioning of the muscle fibres. For example, cardio myopathy is...

MYOTONIC MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY

is characterized by a large degree of muscle wasting which is most visible about the face and hands. Other symptoms of this type of...

NONCARDIAC CHEST PAIN

repetative pain in the chest which can't be credited to disease of the heart. It typically stems from problems with the esophagus, like...

NOONAN

a inherited disorder which consists of the skeleton, gonads, heart, and skin and is rendered as an autosomal dominant trait. Impacted persons frequently have...

PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA

noun. a minor tumor which generally occurs in the adrenal medulla but might take place in tissues of the sympathetic paraganglia. Since it is...

BRADYCARDIA

n. a condition which manifests as heartbeat slower than normal. A slow heart rate usually reads at below 60 beats per minute, and symptoms...

BRADYCARDIA

Slow heartbeat caused by a psychogenic or organic condition. See arrhythmia.

CORONARY HEART DISEASE (CHD)

a cardiovascular dysfunction marked by limited blood flow throughout the coronary arteries provided by the cardio muscles. The proponent of such is generally atheroscletosis...

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