Sick Sinus Syndrome
Sick sinus syndrome and its possible etiologies are discussed, symptoms are outlined, and electrocardiographic features are summarized. Various presentations are detailed. Electrophysiologic procedures, although rarely indicated, are outlined and treatment is summarized.
KeywordsAutoimmune disorders Congenital heart disease surgery Congenital sick sinus syndrome Postsurgical syndrome Sinoatrial conduction time Sinoatrial exit block Sinus arrest Sinus node recovery time Sinus pauses Tachy–brady syndrome
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