dysrhythmia


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dysrhythmia

[dis′rith·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Disordered rhythm of the brain waves.
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These include dysrhythmia, sinus bradycardia with all types of AV nodal block, junctional rhythms and sinus arrest (9,12).
Cardiac conduction disturbances were reported in 24 (13%) patients, ventricular tachycardia or fibrillation in 16 (9%) patients, other dysrhythmias in 10 (6%) patients, and other electrocardiogram changes in five (3%) patients.
investigated the pulmonary toxicity associated with the amiodarone, a drug used for treating ventricular and supraventricular dysrhythmia.
The defence argued that the test which detected the toxin in Autumn's blood was easily discredited and suggested she could have died from a sudden heart dysrhythmia.
The medical examiner's office said he died because of cardiac dysrhythmia, a condition where the heart beats irregularly.
Chapters 5 through 11 focus on drugs for the most common cardiac conditions: dyslipidemias, diabetes and cardiodysmetabolic syndrome, acute coronary syndromes, dysrhythmia, heart failure, stable angina, and pulmonary hypertension.
41 in first 24hr no 392 105 Dysrhythmia yes 15 13 [chi square]=18.
Dr Richard Knights who conducted the post mortem, said he had died from acute cardiac dysrhythmia and that chronic alcoholism had caused this.
Josh's cause of death, according to the state medical examiner's office in Boston, was cardiac dysrhythmia complicating hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, an inherited condition that affects approximately one in 500 people.
The songwriter in Mayer was born after he was diagnosed with cardiac dysrhythmia and, shortly thereafter, "began suffering from panic attacks, and living with the fear of entering a mental institution.