- The cause of palpitations can be easily determined in most patients. // Modern Medicine;Jun96, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p51
Presents the abstract of the study entitled `Evaluation and Outcomes of Patients with Palpitations,' by Weber and Kapoor published in the February 1996 issue of the `American Journal of Medicine' periodical concerning the etiology of heart palpitations.
- Heart hiccups. Heller, Linda // Redbook;Apr94, Vol. 182 Issue 6, p37
Features heart hiccups or palpitations. Causes of heart beat irregularities as reported by cardiologist Douglas P. Zipes; Heart fluttering in women as a result of hormonal changes or fluid retention; Signs of heart disease.
- Palpitations: Harmless or deadly? Lipman, Marvin // Consumer Reports on Health;Jan1994, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p11
Focuses on the medical indications of heart palpitations. Irregular heartbeats as symptoms of heart disorders and diseases; Types of abnormal heart activity or arrhythmias; Importance of description of symptoms for diagnosis and treatment.
- Simple evaluation identifies the cause of palpitations in most patients. // Modern Medicine;May96, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p24
Reports on the use of simple medical evaluations to determine the cause of palpitations. Psychiatric screening in outpatient settings; Etiology of palpitations.
- Use cardiac event recorders to evaluate patients with palpitations. // Modern Medicine;May96, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p49
Presents an abstract of the article `Cardiac event recorders yield more diagnoses and are more cost-effective than 48-hour Holter monitoring in patients with palpitations: A controlled clinical trial,' by S. Kinlay et al., published in `Annals of Internal Medicine' journal on January 1, 1996.
- All that palpitates is not panic. Pinkowish, Mary Desmond // Patient Care;4/15/1997, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p243
Presents the findings of a study related to the interpretation of palpitations. Conditions that may bring about palpitations; Includes panic disorders and reentrant paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia.
- Does your heart flutter, pound or skip a beat? Young, Stephanie // Glamour;Feb97, Vol. 95 Issue 2, p50
Informs on the most common types of heart palpitations. Skipping; Pounding; Fluttering.
- PALPITATIONS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL MORBIDITY. // Heart;Jul2008 Supp, Vol. 94, pA28
Presents an abstract to the article "Palpitations and Psychological Morbidity," by J. Cooke, A. Shiner, and D. Sandler.
- When the natural pacemakers fail. Hammond, Cecile // RN;Nov79, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p30
Focuses on the signs of dysrhythmias. Medical conditions that can cause suppression of the sinus and/or Atrioventricular (AV) node; Effect of cardiac suppression on patient; Description of the suppression of the AV node.