I had one injection of Fondum based upon ECG and under medication. Should I consult a cardiologist?

Q. Had injection Fondum based on my ECG. Is it mandatory to have the balance two injections?

Answered by
Dr. Muhammad Zohaib Siddiq
and medically reviewed by Dr.Nithila A
This is a premium question & answer published on Sep 02, 2019 and last reviewed on: Jun 19, 2023

Hello doctor,

I am recommended the injection Fondum based upon the ECG. The ECG report says the blood supply to one valve is less other all is fine, already taken one. Also, other medicines as Rosumac gold (Aspirin, Rosuvastatin, Clopidogrel), Sorbitrate. Should I take balance two injections of Fondum or consult a cardiologist. Had done an Echo two years back and that was normal.



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These medicines are given for acute coronary syndromes. Please send me ECG so that I can guide you accordingly that what to do next. Please tell about the age of patient, symptoms, and any blood tests performed.

Thank you doctor,

I have attached the file.



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ECG is normal (attachment removed to protect patient identity). If there are no symptoms of chest pain, there is no need for such treatment. Medicines you mentioned are given in heart attack patients. This ECG is normal. If he has chest pain, I advise having a cardiac troponin level checked. If this test is normal, then the heart attack will be excluded, and such treatment is not required. Giving these medicines to a normal person is not free from harms as all drugs have their side effects.

Thank you doctor,

He had loose motion and gastritis followed by a syncope for an hour the previous night because of the falling BP. After taking an emergency injection to raise the bp, the BP got normal. And I went to the doctor for an ECG, and he prescribed these medications, like Fondum, Sorbitrate, Rosumac gold saying the ECG looks like blood supply to a valve is less, hence to continue these injection Fondum for three days, Rosumac gold for a month and Sorbitrate.



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Loose motions are due to acute gastroenteritis. ECG is normal, and there is no need for heart medicines.

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