Syndromespedia is a blog site maintained by a professional doctor in order to inform the public about various syndromes. A syndrome is a condition that involves a group of symptoms that characterize a specific disease. Specific symptoms usually are the same for various types of illnesses. In this line, syndromes are characterized by specific symptoms that are only present in the said disease.
People often become confused regarding group of symptoms because they seem to be vague and would be moredifficult to diagnose than other diseases. Syndromespedia.com aims at providing clear and factual information about varioussyndromes in orderfor people to become more knowledgeable about these specific illnesses.
Who are our Clients?
Syndromespedia is free for use by patients who want to know more about their syndrome. Health professionals may also use the blog for reference and information purposes. The general public may also use the information in this blog if they need something to know about a specific syndrome.
Syndromespedia.com can also become a community where other people can share their ideas or knowledge regarding a specific syndrome so that they can help other people as well. If you have any suggestions or ideas on a specific question of a visitor or just want to share your expertise regarding a specific syndrome, feel free to fill up the comments page.
What is the Content?
Syndromespedia.com offers complete information about the syndromes in terms of:
- Definition – At syndromespedia.com, you get to learn about the complete definition of a specific syndrome and other information regarding the epidemiology or incidence rate.
- Symptoms – The symptoms area is one of the main sections of articles in this site. The symptoms section provides the characteristic symptoms thatcan be seen in a particularsyndrome in order for people to identify their own symptoms may have an initial knowledge on what could they be experiencing.
- Causes – The causes section discusses the possible reasons or etiologic factors of the various diseases. Whether genetically caused or not, the causes are described in a concise manner to keep readers fully informed on how to prevent the said syndrome.
- Diagnosis – Most syndromes are diagnosed using various tools and tests considering that more than one disease may exhibit the symptoms. It becomes more challenging to know how these vague conditions become diagnosed by professionals.
- Treatments – Treatment modalities are discussed in this section and may both include non-aggressive and aggressive approaches depending on the severity of the condition.
- Prognosis – Most genetically acquired syndromes may have a long-term implication on health; nevertheless, if you want to look into the particular prognosis of a specific syndrome, you may find it in syndromespedia.com.
About the Author
The author is a medical physician engaged in hospital work. As a doctor, he also provides prompt answers to most concerns of people visiting the blog regarding a particular condition. Nevertheless, the author does not promote the site to be a substitute for medical consultations. The author still encourages people to get a personal professional opinion for a more individualized line of care.
If you need some answers to your questions regarding a syndrome, you may feel free to leave your comment at the Contact Us button.
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In your article you state under causes and risk factors that it has been reported that a coronary artery disease can result to tachy brady syndrome and that certain medications could cause tachy brady syndrome. These medications are known to be beta-blockers, digoxin and anti-arrhythmic drugs.
In 2011 I was diagnosed with AFib and also CAD[ which resulted in a CABG(triple bypass)]. 2 of the medications I was put on[and still on them] are Metoprolol Tartrate and Diltiazem Hcl Er Cd. In 2013 I had a 2 lead pacemaker implant because a Holter monitor showed AFib and Brady with many pauses one of which was 3.1sec. Can you tell me where I can locate written medical articles supporting possible nexus to CAD and the medications I am on. My contention is that my paroxysmal atrial fibrillation and the bradycardia are at least a 50% result of CAD,s/p CABG. Would appreciate your help very much in this matter. Thank you.