heart rhythm


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Noun1.heart rhythm - the rhythm of a beating heart
regular recurrence, rhythm - recurring at regular intervals
atrioventricular nodal rhythm, nodal rhythm - the normal cardiac rhythm when the heart is controlled by the atrioventricular node
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A QTc interval of 450 milliseconds (ms) in men and 460 ms in women is considered the maximum for a healthy heart rhythm.
It can capture heart rhythm on demand in a moment when users experience symptoms such as a rapid or skipped heart beat and help provide clinically important data to physicians.
* The device managed to notify approx2,000 people of irregular heart rhythm out of a total of 4,00,000 participants.
The device uses signals from the ear and hand to check the heart rhythm and does not require two hands.
But many times patients can have undiagnosed heart rhythm irregularities.
IANS | San Francisco Apple Watch Series 4 will now help users in the US take an electrocardiogram (ECG) right from their wrist, capturing heart rhythm in a moment when they experience symptoms like a rapid or skipped heart beat and helping to provide critical data to physicians.
The new feature is designed to measure electrical activity of the heart in order to capture heart rhythm and possibly detect symptoms of life-threatening conditions.
ISLAMABA:Low blood sugar level may lead to heart rhythm disturbances and even life-threatening heart attacks, an alarming study shows.
"If at any point in the future a patient suffers a cardiac arrest due to a serious heart rhythm disturbance, the ICD delivers an internal shock to resuscitate the patient and potentially save their life.
ISLAMABAD -- Football players show structural changes in the heart and face an elevated risk of heart rhythm disorders later in life, according to a study.
The 36-year-old, out of action for two months, underwent a medical procedure to address an "irregular heart rhythm."