I just had a 24 hour monitor. It showed 23.432 Ventricular Ectopic Beats with 46 Super VB's. So I've got 976 per hour so you have a bit more to go. I'm just wondering too just how many are to many. Avrage heart rate 68 BPM..and that's including a 2 mile walk.. Good Luck
Thank you for your question. I have around 600 VPC's every hour and it has been going on for a little over a year. Sometimes my heart will go a full 10 beats between VPC but usually only three or four between VPC's. I was on a calcium beta blocker for a year without any improvement. I have asthma but they are currently trying a beta blocker. The doctor seems not too concerned--maybe that is the way cardeologists work???
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