Condition: Tpsv

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TPSV stands for tachycardia paroxystique supraventriculaire, which is a heart condition in which the heart occasionally beats more rapidly than normal. Other symptoms of TPSV include a tight feeling in the chest, anxiety, increased pulse, feeling short of breath, and heart palpitations. In English, TPSV is known as PSVT, or paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia. When a normal heart beats, the chambers of the heart contract regularly as a response to an electrical signal from the heart. In someone with TPSV, the contractions of the heart sometimes start beating more quickly due to different factors, and symptoms may come and go. Drinking alcohol or caffeine, using drugs and smoking may increase the risk of TPSV.

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Last updated on Jun 15 2018 at 01:57
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