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Heart Rate Changes After Surgery?

Heart rate changes can happen in a small number of cases. It is possible that a slight reduction in heart rate can occur, but physiologically it has no significance. On the other hand, if a patient is engaged in a heavy exercise, some of them will notice that their maximum heart rate does not reach the same level as before the operation.

Since the procedure was changed from the T2 to the clamping of the T3-T4 levels, there are patients who have not noticed any reduction in their heart rate and in fact, their heart rate went up to 150 – 160 per minute during heavy exercise.

There is no long-term adverse effect on cardiovascular function. To learn more about heart rate changes and sympathectomy please click here. For more information about possible side effects section. Click here