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Sensations You May Feel during an Electrophysiologic Study (EPS)

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Presentation: Electrophysiologic Study (EPS)
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Now, we should discuss some sensations or feelings during the procedure that might indicate that something is not right.
These sensations are pain or a tight squeezing in your chest or between your shoulder blades.
If you feel this, it is important to tell your doctor. If you have shortness of breath, a sharp pain when you breathe in, itching or burning of the skin, a severe headache, dizziness or changes in your vision, be sure to tell your doctor.
Your team is trained to observe, evaluate and respond to any unusual situations that arise.
 

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