cardiac arrhythmia

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cardiac arrhythmia

[¦kärd·ē‚ak ā′rith·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Any disturbance or irregularity of the heartbeat.
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Respiratory sinus arrythmia versus neck/trapezius EMG and incentive inspirometry biofeedback for asthma: a pilot study.
That procedure was used to correct the arrythmia that struck Olajuwon during halftime of a Nov.
Also, a study by a Canadian team published last year in The New England Journal of Medicine suggested that ritodrine is not effective and in fact can cause health problems like maternal heart arrythmia, and, in rare instances, death.
William Clotfelter, Depew, New York Clotfelter has a pacemaker to treat a heart arrythmia.
Chief of Cardiology and Director of the Al-Sabah Arrythmia Institute, St.
The intervention is designed to work best with community-dwelling patients aged 65 and older with a nonpsychiatric-related hospital admission who have at least one of the following diagnoses documented in their patient record: congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary artery disease, diabetes, stroke, medical and surgical back conditions (predominantly spinal stenosis), hip fracture, peripheral vascular disease, cardiac arrythmia, deep venous thrombosis, and pulmonary embolism.
I never really thought about broken heart syndrome until I started talking to patients and they told me about the death of their child, or their arrythmia began when they had X amount of stressful things happen.
When UO President Dave Frohnmayer collapsed with heart arrythmia in Maryland, Jones sent his private jet to bring Frohnmayer home.
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Only when she collapsed did tests reveal arrythmia - which affects the regular beating of the heart.
Initial electrocardiogram revealed ventricular fibrillation, an unusual presenting arrythmia in a 16-year-old adolescent without underlying cardiac disease or electrolyte disturbance.
Follow-up Cytogenetics MDS patients 1 Lost to follow-up 10 mo +8 after diagnosis 2 Alive, 24 mo after Negative diagnosis 3 Dead with RAEB-T, 7 mo Multiple after diagnosis abnormalities 4 Alive, 43 mo after Negative diagnosis 5 Died of cardiac arrythmia, +8,-7 1 mo after diagnosis 6 Dead with AML, 18 mo 10q) after diagnosis 10q) 7 Died of infection, 2 mo Negative after diagnosis Mean [+ or -] SD Control patients 8 NR ND 9 NR ND 10 NR ND 11 NR ND 12 NR ND 13 NR ND 14 NR ND Mean [+ or -] SD Case No.