Email: support@essaywriterpros.com
Call Us: US - +1 845 478 5244 | UK - +44 20 7193 7850 | AUS - +61 2 8005 4826

Low pre-operative ejection fraction

Clinical signs of SVT

1. Circulatory compromise- hypotension, postural hypotension, or shock

2. Acute pulmonary edema or pulmonary congestion (radiological or on physical examination)

3. Rate-related ischemic ventricular arrhythmias or ischemic ECG changes

4. Tachycardia, which may be irregular, regular; and persistent or paroxysmal

Key management points

1. Management depends on hemodynamic stability.

2. Address reversible causes.

3. Rate control. 50-60% will spontaneously revert to sinus rhythm within 24 hours.

4. Chemical cardioversion if necessary

5. Assess need for long-term therapy.