dysrhythmia


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dysrhythmia

[dis′rith·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Disordered rhythm of the brain waves.
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This innovative, patented technology is the first FDA-cleared device for aiding the diagnosis of dysrhythmias associated with gastric motility disorders.
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Tricyclic antidepressants poisoning results in hypotension, cardiac dysrhythmia, depression of the central nervous system (CNS) and seizures, and is a major cause of death by poisoning in the UK (3).
Of the five patients who had no head trauma, were oriented, had a history of seizures, and were eventually determined to need hospitalization, four had a complicating medical condition, In each of those cases, the condition--a fracture, cardiac dysrhythmia, infected abscess, delirium tremens--was of the type that would be immediately apparent to a paramedic, Dr.
released a report indicating there was no evidence of a catastrophic event, that there were no ruptured vessels identified and that the cause of death was ruled accidental as a result of cardiac dysrhythmia associated with Hypovolemia.
max] has no significant association with cardiac dysrhythmia hospital admissions (p > 0.
Many patients experience a respiratory dysrhythmia, and many complain of severe fatigue that can interfere with work.
The article referenced AACN's practice alerts on dysrhythmia monitoring and ST segment monitoring .
He had heart disease, and the physical exertion caused a "probable cardiac dysrhythmia," the office said, citing the state Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.