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pacemaker

Cardio 3

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3rd degree AV block w/in or below His-purkinje system class 1 for pacemaker
asystole > 3s class 1 for pacemaker
escape rate < 40pbm class 1 for pacemaker
2nd degree AV block w/symptomatic bradycardia class 1 for pacemaker
alternating or bilateral BBB class 1 for pacemaker
bradycardia caused by a necessary drug therapy class 2a for pacemaker
asymptomatic 2nd degree AV block (both types) class 2a for pacemaker
symptomatic 1st degree AV block class 2a for pacemaker
recurrent syncope w/bradycardia class 2a for pacemaker
1st degree AV block >300ms class 2b for pacemaker
minimally symptomatic bradycardia class 2b for pacemaker
chronic bradycardia class 2b for pacemaker
neurally mediated syncope reproduced by tilt-table test class 2b for pacemaker
asymptomatic SA node dysfunction class 3 for pacemaker
bradycardia caused by unnecessary bradycardia class 3 for pacemaker
asymptomatic 1st or type 1 second degree AV block class 3 for pacemaker
asymptomatic w/positive response to carotid sinus massage class 3 for pacemaker
situational vasovagal syncope class 3 for pacemaker
recurrent syncope w/o bradycardia class 3 for pacemaker
AV block due to lyme disease class 3 for pacemaker
AV block due to drug toxicity class 3 for pacemaker
sustained VT > 30s
common cause of structural heart disease MI
cardiac arrest due to VT/VF w/o a transient or reversible cause class 1 for defibrillator
spontaneous sustained VT due to structural heart disease class 1 for defibrillator
syncope of undetermined origin w/sustained symptomatic VT class 1 for defibrillator
syncope of undetermined origin w/VF that can't be treated with drug therapy class 1 for defibrillator
nonsustained VT w/CAD class 1 for defibrillator
nonsustained VT w/MI class 1 for defibrillator
nonsustained VT w/LV dysfunction class 1 for defibrillator
inducible VF or VT class 1 for defibrillator
LVEF <30% class 2a for defibrillator
cardiac arrest assumed due to VF class 2b for defibrillator
long QT class 2b for defibrillator
symptomatic sustained VT while awaiting heart transplant class 2b for defibrillator
hypertrophic cardiomyopathy class 2b for defibrillator
syncope of undetermined origin w/ventricular dysfunction class 3 for defibrillator
syncope of undetermined origin w/structural heart disease class 3 for defibrillator
RBBB and ST elevation w/syncope or FHx class 3 for defibrillator
syncope of undetermined origin w/no structural heart disease class 3 for defibrillator
incessant VT/VF class 3 for defibrillator
transient/reversible VF class 3 for defibrillator
some psychiatric conditions class 3 for defibrillator
terminal illness class 3 for defibrillator
long QRS class 3 for defibrillator
inducible VT in bypass pts class 3 for defibrillator
pacing rate conversion factor 60,000
depolarization and contractor of atria/ventricles in response to pacemaker stimulus capture
turns off sensing of pacemaker, forcing it to just pace magnet mode
pacing w/sensing, sensed events reset the pacing interval damand pacing
can sense/pace in both sets of chambers dual chamber pacing
Created by: drhermy