dysrhythmia

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dysrhythmia

[dis′rith·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Disordered rhythm of the brain waves.
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Auckland District Health Board's oxygen prescribing policy, reviewed last year, states an indication for oxygen use is acute cardiac dysrhythmic episode and acute myocardial infarction.
However, the overwhelming propensity of the dysrhythmic events to occur after the DADLE infusion, as opposed to the control period, makes that consideration very improbable.
We have begun to do just this--using real-time, objective measures of brain function to assess the abnormal neural dynamics and then serial repeat measures to assess the effects of medications that enhance thalamacortical function, target the dysrhythmic neurons, and decrease or inhibit abnormal electromagnetic events.
The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature describes Dudding's hallmarks as editor of Mate as 'quality contents, a balance of established and new, elegant appearance, and mysteriously dysrhythmic publication'.
Another survey reviewed 12,000 patients treated for violence or agitation without finding any dysrhythmic events.
Elements of the nystagmus as seen on simultaneous recordings revealed a central dysrhythmic pattern.
For example, we divided cardiovascular diagnoses into areas such as valvular, myocardial, dysrhythmic, and peripheral conditions.