My daughter had ablation to cure ventricular tachycardia the surgon wrote to me saying non inducibility of her tachycardia it was not possible to have a clear end point.However,on her surface ECG leads there was a trend towards the right access deviation post procedure,which is a sign that we have now produced a conduction block in the region of the left post fadcicle
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN??
My 14 year old daughter is very ill every day now after this last op & she has extream chest pain all the time now,the min she trys to walk she has lots of diffrent symtoms makes her chest pain severe,loss of vision then it goes blurry,cant speak,feels faint feels her heart going fast.she can only walk 1 or 2 steps & then needs to sit down i have went & got her a wheel chair as its crule to make her walk.she has also lost her hearing in her left ear since op.
there has also been no follow up since op she has no quality of life.please can someone help me to help her.all i know is the last ablation has done this to her & now the cardioligst doesnt work with the organisation anymore.SOS
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