Acute cerebrovascular disease and electrocardiogram

Date: 2019-04-29
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The results of electrocardiogram examination in patients with acute cerebrovascular disease generally include abnormal results such as arrhythmia, U wave, T wave, and ST-T segment changes. Patient laboratory tests for myocardial zymogram, troponin, myoglobin and other results have individual differences. Clinical experience is summarized as changes in ECG after onset of acute cerebrovascular disease. Some studies have shown that after the onset of acute cerebrovascular disease, the abnormal changes of ECG are related to the age of the patient. As the patient's age increases, the electrocardiogram changes more obviously at the onset. And when the patient is onset, the ECG changes are also related to the infarct size and location.


Some studies have pointed out , after the patient has acute cerebrovascular disease, ECG results show that ST-T segment changes, T wave, U wave significantly change, Q-T interval is prolonged. The most common S-T segment is down in the onset of acute cerebrovascular disease. Some patients will show myocardial infarction such as atrial fibrillation, premature beats, and bundle branch block. If the cerebrovascular disease is close to the thalamus or basal ganglia, the ECG abnormality is more pronounced. The electrocardiogram can show a regular change of 'concentric circles' with the brain damage. When the lesion is away from the thalamus and basal ganglia, the ECG results are not prone to abnormal changes.


After the patient's acute cerebrovascular disease was found , the ST segment moved down, and the myocardial damage accompanied by arrhythmia and myocardial infarction was also summarized. It may be due to myocardial enzymes in patients with acute cardiovascular disease. The content rises, causing severe damage to the heart muscle.


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