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Autonomic cardiovascular disorders in stroke - electrocardiographic changes and risk of sudden cardiac death

Darina Georgieva-Hristova, Silva Andonova, Evgeniya Kalevska, Daniela Arabadzhieva, Veselinka Nestorova

Abstract

Disturbances of cardiovascular autonomic function are common in patients with cerebrovascular disease (CVDs), have great clinical importance and are most clearly manifested in the acute phase of stroke. In patients experienced stroke are observed electrocardiographic (ECG) changes, increased frequency of heart rhythm disorders, plasma catecholamine levels and cardiac enzymes. Heart rate variability (HRV) shows higher risk of sudden cardiac death.

Keywords

autonomic dysfunction; heart rate variability; stroke; sudden death

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