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  • adj. Of, pertaining to or afflicted with bradycardia.


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  • Inject twice, giving the candidate two bradycardic episodes.

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  • "He's gone bradycardic twice now," the nurse was explaining to Dr. Carson-Miller, no doubt having woken her up from her sleep in another empty hospital room.

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  • I gave him his dose of gentamicin and he suddenly went bradycardic.


  • • Establishing effective ventilation is the primary objective in the management of the apneic or bradycardic newborn infant in the delivery room. - Articles related to Scientists identify risks of hypertension in young adults

  • She hadn't completely arrested, just become so bradycardic that there had been several 20-second pauses between heartbeats.

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  • About half an hour later I got a stat page from radiology: "Your patient just had a bradycardic arrest on the table, maybe you should come down here."

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  • She became apneic and bradycardic 15 minutes after starting the anesthesia her heart stopped.

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  • Then, bam, he had two bradycardic episodes within five hours and was now undergoing an operation for a pacemaker performed by none other than Dr. Harper] Stokes.

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