dysrhythmia


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dysrhythmia

[dis′rith·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Disordered rhythm of the brain waves.
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Statistically significant results were obtained during the analysis in terms of dysrhythmia in patients with a longer carbon monoxide exposure (p=0.03).
Cardiac dysrhythmias are commonly seen with seizures, especially generalized tonic-clonic seizures (GTCS).
Though SSA is thought to offer better operative view (implying a safer surgery),1 it increases the cardio-pulmonary bypass and cross clamp time.2 In some studies, SSA is reported to cause more dysrhythmia, e.g.
After high cervical cord disruption dysrhythmias are commonly seen due to disturbance in autonomic response and are to be expected [5].
Dysrhythmias characterized by increased automaticity and conduction blockade, when combined, are highly suggestive of glycoside etiology (11).
Electrocardiogram abnormalities included QTc prolongation in 15 (68%) patients, QRS prolongation in nine (41%) patients, and ventricular dysrhythmia in eight (36%) patients.
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A gastric electrical record may be composed of signals with normal frequency or dysrhythmia. Patients with dysrhythmia often undergo the motor disorder of stomach.
She went through her own patients, one patient with routine congestive heart failure and another with complex dysrhythmia, and described the various things that would be included on her patient bills.
investigated the pulmonary toxicity associated with the amiodarone, a drug used for treating ventricular and supraventricular dysrhythmia. In this study, treatment of rats with amiodarone leads to a time-dependent toxicity in the lungs.
In the absence of the spinning sensation of vertigo, it is important to consider the diagnosis of a dysrhythmia. The presence of hearing loss can be an ominous warning sign for acoustic neuroma, although it may also be caused by Meniere's disease.