Our expert says:
Your resting heart rate should be lower than your active heart rate - you may get what we call paroxysmal ventricular tachicardia which is not dangerous but causes the heart to beat faster at times. Can be diagnosed with a holter ECG ( you are attached to it for 24 hours and it makes a recording of your heart rate) A cardiologist can do this.
Inform the aneasthetist about the previous operation's problem so that he can be prepared if something should happen.
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