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Ventricular premature contraction in the elderly

Ventricular premature contraction is ventricular activation produced in advance by ectopic pacing points below the branches of his bundle. The elderly are common, some may have no obvious clinical symptoms, some may lead to serious consequences, which can not be ignored. In the elderly, ventricular premature contraction is more common in patients with organic heart disease and in normal people without organic heart disease. It is found that 24-hour ambulatory electrocardiogram should be performed for ventricular premature contraction, and quantitative and qualitative analysis should be carried out for ventricular premature contraction in order to evaluate and guide the prognosis.

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