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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    A 'TIA' is a 'transient ischaemic attack'- a transient loss of blood flow to the brain. In many cases it does not cause permanent damage. it might be that the newly discovered heart arrhythmia is related to the possible TIA

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17903852
    Yeah, thinking about it, she talked about ECGs and pace makers in humans. I hadn't realised how much there was to listening to heart sounds until she explained some of the details eg when I asked whether it was the same as a heart murmur. Paramedics have often talked a bit about heart rhythm when doing ECGs on my parents (both have known atrial fibrillation) a paramedic once explained to me the difference between irregularly irregular and standard irregular. ... there's so much to learn. No wonder it takes to long to train to be a vet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny Buddy View Post
    Yeah, thinking about it, she talked about ECGs and pace makers in humans. I hadn't realised how much there was to listening to heart sounds until she explained some of the details eg when I asked whether it was the same as a heart murmur. Paramedics have often talked a bit about heart rhythm when doing ECGs on my parents (both have known atrial fibrillation) a paramedic once explained to me the difference between irregularly irregular and standard irregular. ... there's so much to learn. No wonder it takes to long to train to be a vet.
    Too true !! My brain freezes just thinking about it x


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    I’m glad he is ok this morning, hope he remains well now, topping up the vibes xx

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    Just seen this. Poor Scally, wonderful that he is doing so much better today. Fingers crossed that it was a one off for the wonderful little chap x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glingle View Post
    Just seen this. Poor Scally, wonderful that he is doing so much better today. Fingers crossed that it was a one off for the wonderful little chap x
    I was really frazzled when we got back at half past midnight and he was just tucking into coriander like he didn't understand what all the fuss was about


    There was a one in four chance of it being our favourite vet on call and at least it happened when my parents were in my brother's care.. so at least all that worked out well!
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    I am pleased to say that when Scallybags was reviewed by the vet yesterday his heart rhythm had returned to normal!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny Buddy View Post
    I am pleased to say that when Scallybags was reviewed by the vet yesterday his heart rhythm had returned to normal!!
    Way t' go Scally !!

    Now please pass me whatever it is that you have been having, I think I could do with a few doses


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    Excellent news - you must be so relieved.

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    Great news

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    Brilliant news I'm very pleased for you and Scally.
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