Original Research Paper

Clinical Profile Of Patients Admitted With Atrial Fibrillation In Tertiary Care Centre

Dr Bhupendra I. Goswami

Abstract :

William Harvey (1628-1700) observed ineffective palpitations (undulations)of the atria just before death in animals. He established the origin of heart beat inright atrium and that the beating heart created the pulse. The aim of this study is to analyze atrial fibrillation with regard to its etiology and complications. The present study is a prospective study carried out in patients attending a tertiary care hospital. 100 cases of atrial fibrillation were studied in detail. Descriptive statistical analys is has been carried out in the present study. The age range for cases was 20 to 85 years. There were maximum number of cases of rheumatic heart disease, Digoxin was the commonest drug used. In the present study, rheumatic heart disease accounted for majority of cases ofatrial fibrillation, i.e., 48(48%), IHD with HTN was found in 14(14%) cases, IHDwas found in 08(8%) cases, only hypertension was found in 8(8%) cases.

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CLINICAL PROFILE OF PATIENTS ADMITTED WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN TERTIARY CARE CENTRE, DR BHUPENDRA I. GOSWAMI, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PURE MEDICAL RESEARCH : Volume-6 | Issue-12 | December-2021

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