Breakthrough palpitations

Chinese translation: 心悸加重/恶化

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English term or phrase:Breakthrough palpitations
Chinese translation:心悸加重/恶化
Entered by: Lu Zou

09:44 Aug 2, 2019
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Medical - Medical: Cardiology /
English term or phrase: Breakthrough palpitations
As the patient has breakthrough palpitations, I think it beas to put her back onto Metoprolol 23.75mg, which she has tolerated for a very long time in the past and perform a 24-hour Holter to see what her AF burden is.
albertdeng
New Zealand
Local time: 06:21
心悸加重/恶化
Explanation:
“breakthrough” here means that palpitations are exacerbated or uncontrollable, so it is necessary to put patient back onto Metoprolol 23.75 mg
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Lu Zou
Australia
Local time: 04:21
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breakthrough palpitations
心悸加重/恶化


Explanation:
“breakthrough” here means that palpitations are exacerbated or uncontrollable, so it is necessary to put patient back onto Metoprolol 23.75 mg


    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4273716/
Lu Zou
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Local time: 04:21
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