Well yes and no. In a healthy person with a healthy cardio work IE... EKG, Echocardio, and stress test the answer is no. If you have an unhealthy heart IE..Heart disease, previous heart attack than they can be considered dangerous.
What most people dont know is that over 40% of the population of the world has pvc's whether they know it or not!!
not unless they have jagged edges, or are just laying around.
PVCs are rarely dangerous. Almost everyone has them from time to time. They can be caused by stress, infection, or overuse of caffiene or other stimulants. PVCs may also be an early warning of other problems such as a thyroid disorder or heart disease. Something to try to be aware of is if the PVCs are perfusing or nonperusing, that is do you have a pulse with these irregular beats? As long as the beats are perfusing there is no risk of your blood pressure being lowered by these missed or irregular beats.
PVCS was created in 1985.
aberrant beats are those that are not pvcs but are usually wide and much different than the regular rhythm
Watch TJPD videos on youtube to see
yes a heart check is dangerous
A condition in which the heart beats with an irregular or abnormal rhythm. Could be PVCs (Premature Ventricular Contractions), slow heart rate (<60 bpm = bradycardia), fast heart rate (>100 bpm = tachycardia), atrial fibrillation, and more
Would that be resting heart rate? If that is the case, no is not dangerous
Young Dangerous Heart was created on 2005-02-22.
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