Hi..Good day! I am from the Philippines, and I have some questions regarding Brady-tachy arrythmia..My son is 6 years old and he was diagnosed just the other day by his pedia cardiologist...when he was 4 years old, his pedia informed me of a heart murmur but said it was normal, and she did not inform me of anything irregular/arrythmia.
Tomorrow, he is scheduled for a 2d echo and SLDH/CPK-MB tests.what are these tests for? should i be alarmed of a serious case? Cardio recommended L_carnitine syrup, 10ml per day only for two weeks..
I would really appreciate to hear from you asap because I need peace of mind..
Thank you very much...
I need peace of mind, of course I would want my child to live longer and enjoy normal activities..
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