For people who often team up to play the game, the game if you meet the pit teammates, the mentality is estimated to be not good to where. But as the saying goes, the gas hurts the body, and there are people who are angry out of illness because of the pit teammates they encounter in the game.
According to media reports, recently, from Shenzhen, Guangdong 30-year-old Mr. Liu after work, would like to play a few games to entertain, did not want to meet pit teammates, a sudden heart attack under the gas.
Mr. Liu said that at that time in playing the game, teammates not only send heads, but also throw throw skills, etc., so they are very angry. After the game is even more angry the more you think about it, not a moment later it appeared on feeling uncomfortable chest tightness, contacted friends to send it to the hospital.
The doctor said that at that time the patient came to the hospital with low blood pressure and a heart rate of about 220 times, while the normal human heart rate is between 60 and 140. Such a fast heart rate can place a great burden on the heart and cause some hemodynamic instability, leading to the appearance of some related symptoms.
After the electrocardiogram examination, it was found that Mr. Liu belonged to ventricular tachycardia, which was a dangerous situation and needed to be treated in time. If not handled properly, it could induce ventricular fibrillation or even sudden death, and it was good that the symptoms were relieved after the use of drugs.
For Mr. Liu’s cause, the doctor said that because he was staying up late playing games, his emotions were in a highly tense and focused state, which eventually led to ventricular tachycardia and symptoms such as panic, chest tightness and weakness.
Doctors pointed out that some seemingly healthy people, but there will be some potential causes inside the heart, if coupled with exertion, staying up late, emotional tension, excitement, etc., it is possible to induce some malignant arrhythmic events, and in serious cases, can lead to sudden death.
It is understood that ventricular tachycardia, referred to as ventricular tachycardia, is one of the common cardiovascular emergencies. It refers to the spontaneous generation of abnormal ventricular beats with a frequency greater than 100 beats/min in three or more consecutive abnormal ventricular beats in the specific conduction system or ventricular muscle below the branches of the bundle of Hirschsprung.
The disease is most often seen in patients with organic heart disease such as coronary artery disease, heart valve disease, cardiomyopathy, and heart failure. Mild cases may be asymptomatic or have mild symptoms. In severe cases, the symptoms are panic, chest tightness, angina, shock, syncope, etc. These patients are very likely to develop ventricular flutter or ventricular fibrillation, which can be life-threatening and should be treated actively.