arrythmia


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arrhythmia, arhythmia, arythmia, arrythmia

any abnormality in the rhythm of the heartbeat. — arrhythmic, arhythmic, arythmic, arrythmic, adj.
See also: Heart

arrythmia

Irregularity in the heartbeat.
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Tenders are invited for Imported/indigenous acls mannquinn with arrythmia simulators
It's difficult to know what happened." He added: "I believe the cocaine may have led to the sudden arrythmia."
Yet, the major Cardiac Arrythmia Suppression Trial, started in 1987, indicated that the drugs only produced more deaths.
EKG is an essential measurement for those with atrial fibrillation, also known as arrythmia or Afib, which can lead to increased risk of stroke and heart failure.
Excess alcohol can directly damage the heart muscle and cause arrythmia (irregular beating of the heart).
The frequency of various types of ventricular arrhythmiasin our study is supported by international data5-7.These international studies demonstrated that monomorphicVT was more common than polymorphic VTand most of the patients were hemodynamically stable.Frequency of ischemic etiology for most cases ofventricular arrythmia is supported by Terranova et al8,Wright et al9 and other international studies10-12.
Arrythmia risk stratification of patients after myocardial infarction using personalized heart models.
The correlation method not only can examine the QRS wave, but can also withdraw QRS wave under the arrythmia but it floats to the high frequency noise and base is very sensitive (Garg, 2013).
Twenty four-hour rhythm Holter examination and heart rate variability findings: Ventricular arrythmia was found in 21 (50%) of 42 patients and in 6 (18.8%) of 32 controls.
An arrythmia is an abnormal heart rhythm, such as atrial fibrillation (afib).
A A study several years ago found that over a five-year period, the risk for stroke was 30 percent greater among participants with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), while the risk for atrial fibrillation (Afib), a common heart arrythmia, was 40 percent greater among participants with RA compared to study participants who did not have RA.