Heart Block (Mobitz Type I) in Dogs
Treatment will vary depending on the underlying disease causing the second-degree–Mobitz Type 1 atrioventricular block. Most of the time however, the affected dog will be otherwise healthy and no treatment will be needed.
Living and Management
Your veterinarian will guide you through a health plan for your dog that emphasizes the necessary diet and activity guidelines that will effectively treat the underlying cause of disease, if one is present.
Pertaining to the lungs
A lump of tissue inside the right atrium; it helps to regulate the beat of the heart
A cavity within a bone; may also indicate a flow or channel
A wave that is transmitted through nerves and nervous tissue
The digestive tract containing the stomach and intestine
A mass of tissue that can be found inside the right atrium; transmits electrical impulses to certain areas of the heart.
A record of the activity of the myocardium
A large blood vessel that transports blood out of the heart.
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