Is this bad a bundle branch block does anything need to be done its just off it not in it the doctor said its not seriouse but what in the world is it.? Can you explain it to me. Its a heart condition. From what I can tell… The heart is a large muscle that contracts every beat. It has two small chambers at the top called the atrium’s, and two large chambers at the bottom called the ventricles. When the heart beats, the muscles contract in a set way, first at the atrium, then the ventricle. The thing that make the muscle contract is a small electrical charge that is made by s small battery at the top of the heart called the Sinoatrial Node. In order for the heart to contract in the proper way, the electrical charge needs to travel down a set path through the heart muscle, from the top to the bottom. Part of this electrical pathway is called the Left and Right Bundle Branches. They are the part of the pathway responsible for controlling the right and left ventricles at the bottom of the heart. A Bundle Branch Block means that something has caused a break in the Left or Right Bundle Branch electrical pathways, usually some minor damage to the heart muscle itself from ischaemic heart disease. Usually nothing needs to be done. The hearts electrical system will find its own way around the blockage. In some rare cases patients may need a pacemaker if it is making them feel unwell.
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