Tachyarrhythmia increased 8× as 2010 in a hospital of Sendai

Tachyarrhythmia cases increased to be approx. 8 times much as 2010 in “Sendai Kousei Hospital [URL]”. The hospital specializes in circulatory disease, respiratory disease, and digestive disease. They have the most operations in North East Japan for angina and myocardial infarction.

In 2010, the hospital had only 211 medical treatment results (34th most results in Japan) on Tachyarrhythmia. However it increased to be 581 results (8th in Japan) in 2011, it became 1,637 results in 2012, which was the largest number in Japan.

At this moment, no official announcement has been published.







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Dans un hôpital de Sendai, les tachycardies se sont multipliées par 8 depuis 2010


Depuis 2010, les cas de tachycardie (accélération du rythme cardiaque) on été multipliés par 8 environ au “Sendai Kousei Hospital”.

Cet hôpital est spécialisé dans les maladies circulatoires, respiratoires et digestives. Ce sont eux qui font le plus d’opérations sur les infarctus et angines de poitrine pour le Nord-Est du Japon.

En 2010, l’hôpital n’avait effectué que 211 traitements médicaux sur tachycardie (34e place du Japon).
En 2011, ils en étaient à 581 (8e place)
et en 2012 ce fut 1 637, le record national de cette année-là.

Il n’y a pas de communiqué officiel pour l’instant.


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