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A condition in which the heart beats with an irregular or abnormal rhythm. Could be PVCs (Premature Ventricular Contractions), slow heart rate (100 bpm = tachycardia), atrial …fibrillation, and more
A cardiac arrhythmia is a lack of heartbeat. Some, even in the medical field, also incorrectly use arrhythmia interchangeably with dysrhythmia; an irregularity in heart rhythm… or conduction.
Feline arrhythmia is an irregulat heartbeat in a cat. There may be many causes, such as migrating cardiac 'nodes', which stimulate heart contraction, potassium deficien…cy, or any of a multitude of other neural or muscular cardiac diseases.
Arrhythmia is a problem with the rate or rhythm of the heartbeat of a person.
To diagnose a heart arrhythmia, the patient may be asked about or tested for conditions that may trigger heart arrhythmia, such as heart disease or a problem with …the thyroid gland. The patient may have two kinds of heart monitoring tests: active and passive.
It is a severe abnormal beats of the heart.
Arrythmias are diagnosed by means of an electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG). An ECG is a device that measures the electricity the heart produces. The current produces characteristic p…atterns written on a graph. The pattern is then read by an experienced technician or health professional to be diagnosed.
An alteration in rhythm of the heartbeat either in time or force
Some arrhythmias can be prevented by managing stress, controlling anxiety, and avoiding caffeine, alcohol, decongestants, cocaine, and cigarettes.
Arrhythmias may cause symptoms such as palpitation or light-headedness, but many have more serious consequences, including sudden death
That is the correct spelling of "arrhythmia" (irregular heartbeat).
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An arrhythmia can be silent and not cause any symptoms. A doctor can detect an irregular heartbeat during a physical exam by taking your pulse or through an electrocardiogram …(ECG). When symptoms of an arrhythmia occur, they may include: Palpitations (a feeling of skipped heart beats, fluttering or "flip-flops," or feeling that your heart is "running away"). Pounding in your chest. Dizziness or feeling light-headed. Fainting. Shortness of breath. Chest discomfort. Weakness or fatigue (feeling very tired).