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Vol 16, No 6 (2021)
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Stała stymulacja serca w omdleniach wazowagalnych w świetle najnowszych zaleceń

Monika Chmielecka1, Zuzanna Myszka2, Maciej Pytka3, Dariusz Hiczkiewicz4, Wojciech Homenda3, Dariusz Kozłowski3
Folia Cardiologica 2021;16(6):420-423.

Abstract

Omdlenia odruchowe należą do najczęściej występujących w praktyce klinicznej. W większości przypadków ich przebieg jest łagodny i nie wymagają istotnych interwencji terapeutycznych. Problem stanowią omdlenia nawracające, z urazami i krótką fazą objawów prodromalnych, związane zwykle z istotną komponentą kardiodepresyjną. Jedna z metod ich leczenia to implantacja układu stymulującego serce. Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie dotychczasowej wiedzy na ten temat.

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