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Myocarditis is a condition resulting from inflammationPterocarpus marsupium Indian Kino Bijaka ASANA (Heart wood) Ayurvedic Medicine OF inflammation diabetes. Read more ... » of the heartAshwagandha Withania somnifera Ayurvedic Drug of Impotency, Spermatorrhoea, Nervous Tonic and Tension. Read more ... » muscle.
usually as a consequence of infections (e.g., viruses, Lyme diseaseDiabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) Acute Complications Of Diabetes Mellitus. Read more ... », Lyme carditis ,rheumatic feverRheumatic Fever Causes of Rheumatic fever Diagnosis Rheumatic fever TREATMENT. Read more ... », trypanosomes, or toxoplasmosisToxoplasma Infection Transmission Clinical Manifestations Diagnosis Treatment. Read more ... »)
However, in contrast to adults, the majority of children with myocarditis present with acuteDiabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) Acute Complications Of Diabetes Mellitus. Read more ... » or fulminant disease.
- Myocarditis is cardiacAshwagandha Withania somnifera Ayurvedic Drug of Impotency, Spermatorrhoea, Nervous Tonic and Tension. Read more ... » inflammation.
- CausesDiabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) Acute Complications Of Diabetes Mellitus. Read more ... » are infection, drugs, radiation, chemicals or physical agents.
- It may progress to chronicChronic Hepatitis Classification viral hepatitis Clinical features and Treatment. Read more ... » dilated cardiomyopathy.
- The most common cause of acute myocarditis is viral - especially Coxsackie B virus. — —
The presentation of Myocarditis may be :
- Asymptomatic .
- Heart failureHeart Failure Causes Symptoms NYHA classification with Heart Failure Treatment. Read more ... »
- ArrhythmiasCOMPLICATIONS OF Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) AND TREATMENT -2. Read more ... » Death.
MYOCARDITIS Physical Examination:
- Tachycardia Gallop rhythm Pulsus alternans SoftSl
- Pericardial friction rub.
MYOCARDITIS CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS —
- The clinical presentationAcute Myocardial Infarction CLINICAL PRESENTATION. Read more ... » of myocarditis is variable.
- Patients with viral myocarditis, the most common etiology in children,
- frequently have a prodrome of myalgia,feverThyrotoxic crisis or Thyroid storm. Read more ... », and malaise several days prior to the onset of heart failure.
- which is associated with an acute onset and severe hemodynamic compromise
- Acute myocarditis is distinguished from fulminant myocarditis,
- Patients may be entirely asymptomatic or may seek medicalFatigue diagnosis medicine and treatment. Read more ... » attention because of the sudden onset of palpitations,
- congestive heart failure, chest painApproach to Chest Pain Differential diagnosis of chest pain. Read more ... »,
- or arrhythmias.
- shortness of breath,
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION —
- In symptomatic patients, the physical examination often reveals direct evidence of cardiac dysfunction.
- In acute fulminant myocarditis, signs of low cardiac output may be present,
- S3 and occasionally S4 gallops may be present and are important signs of impaired ventricular function,
- Signs of respiratory distress resulting from left elevated atrial pressures and pulmonary venous congestion,
- the sudden onset of palpitations, chest pain, shortness of breath, edema, congestive heart failure, or arrhythmias.
- Isolation of virus Endomyocardial biopsy.
- Any identifiable causes are corrected or treated
- ACE inhibitorsHeart Failure Treatment Heart Failure GENERAL PRINCIPLES. Read more ... »
- Salt restriction Antiarrhythmics
- Cardiac transplantation.
- There is carditis, pericardial effusion, LV failure.
- • It is uncommon.
- · Myocardial abscess may occur.
- DiRhtheritic myocarditis is a serious condition
- leacllng to deatb.. -
- It is caused by Trypanosoma cruzi, an insect Common in South America
- · There is DCMP
- •death is due to arrythmias and CHF
- · Treatment is decongestive, antiarrhythmics, anticoagulation.
Giant cell myocarditis
- Cause is unknown
- There is infiltration with giant cells with extensive inflammation.
- May occr with SLE and thyrotoxicosi
- immunosuppressives and cardiac transplantation.
- It is caused by Tick-borne spirochete
- There are conduction abnormalities, LV dysfunction, syncope and death.
- is IV Ceftriaxone, amoxicillin,
- temporary pacemaker, glucocorticides.