In pacing, any rhythm disturbance. Examples include bradycardia, tachycardia, any markedly irregular rhythm, block or the presence of premature contractions. Also known as dysrhythmia.
irregular heart rhythm; also called dysrhythmia
Any abnormal rhythm of the heart beat. Since some causes of arrhythmia may have serious health consequences, exercisers experiencing irregular heart beats should be referred for medical evaluation
Variation from the normal rhythm, especially of the heart beat. NOTE: The omega 3-fatty acids (EPA-DHA) have been shown to have beneficial effects as well as Magnesium.
an alteration in the rhythm of the heartbeat in either time or force
A disorder of the heart rhythm.
loss of normal heart rhythm.
Irregular heartbeat such as irregular, skipped, or extra beats that can originate in the upper chambers (atria) or lower chambers (ventricles) of the heart.
Variation of the normal rhythm of the heart rate.
(= dysrhythmia) refers to cardiac abnormality of heartbeat either fast, slow, or irregular. (More? Heart Notes)
a pulse with an abnormal rhythm
Irregular or absent heart rhythm; dysrhythmia.
occurs when the beat of the heart is no longer originating from the sinus node, and the rhythm is abnormal.
When the heart beat becomes irregular; either slower, faster, and/or less forceful.
Loss of regular heart rhythm.
Abnormal or irregular rhythm caused by a disturbance in the electrical conduction of the heart.
an abnormal rate of muscle contractions in the heart
a change from the normal rate or control of the heart's contractions
a deviation from the heart's normal beating pattern caused when the heart muscle is deprived of oxygen and is a dangerous side effect of a heart attack
a disturbance of the normal rate of the heart
a disturbance of the normal rhythm of the heart
a medical term used to describe a heart that beats too fast or too slow
an abnormality in the heart's rhythm, or heartbeat pattern
an abnormality of the heartbeat
an abnormal rhythm outside of the normal variations
a particular change within the rhythm of my heartbeat
Any variation from a normal, regular heart beat
An alteration in the heart's rhythm.
A disturbance in the normal heart rate and electrical rhythm, usually life-threatening.
Irregularity or absence of a heartbeat. See dysrhythmia.
Abnormal rhythm of the heart, which could be an abnormality of rate, regularity, presence of extra beats or missing beats
An abnormal heart rhythm. See the entire definition of Arrhythmia
see Cardiac arrhythmia.
an abnormal heartbeat.
Abnormal electrical activity of the heart. Ventricular Fibrillation is a type of arrhythmia most commonly associated with the onset of sudden cardiac arrest.
A change in the rhythm of the heart beat. This may manifest as the heart beat being too slow, too rapid, or irregular in rhythm.
Any variation from the normal rhythm of the heartbeat. Includes affections like: sinus arrhythmia, premature beat, heart block, atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, and paroxystic tachycardia.
a generic term that refers to a change in the rate or rhythm of the heart. These changes may be a slowing of heart beats, or a rapid beating, or a brief pause of the heart beat, or irregular heart beats.
Disturbance of heart rate and rhythm.
Arrhythmia: The heart has its own system that generates electrical impulses to contract the heart muscles in a coordinated fashion and keep the heart beating in a regular manner. When the heart's electrical system, also known as its conduction system, doesn't function properly, the condition is known as arrhythmia. An arrhythmia can cause the heart beats to be too fast, too slow, or irregular. This abnormal beating compromises the pumping function of the heart muscle. Symptoms associated with arrhythmias include fatigue, exercise intolerance, weakness, dizziness, fainting, or palpitations. Arrhythmias can come and go, or they can be constant and incessant, and thus so can their symptoms. arrhythmia: an abnormal heart rhythm caused by a malfunction in the heart's electrical system; the rhythm can be too fast, too slow, or irregular.
an arrhythmia is any deviation from or disturbance of the normal heart rhythm.
Describes an irregular or abnormal heart rhythm.
Any variation in the normal rhythm of the heartbeat.
Any variation from the normal rhythm of the Heart beat (also cardiac arrhythmia, ventricular,arrhythmia)
Any variation from a normal heartbeat. It can be an abnormality either of the rate, the regularity or site of impulse origin or the sequence of activation. A slow heart rate is a bradyarrhythmia and a fast heart rate is a tachyarrhythmia.
An abnormal heart rhythm that may be permanent, intermittent or transient.
Disturbance of the heart's normal rhythm.
loss of normal rhythm, especially irregularities of the heartbeat.
Some horses have an uneven heart rate or heart beat. This can cause the wand used to measure heart rates to give unreliable readings. Owners of horses with arrhythmias should have a letter from their veterinarian stating that the heart rate of the horses should be taken with a stethescope. See example of veterinarian's letter.
Irregularity or absence of the heart rhythm caused by disturbances in transmission of electrical impulses through cardiac tissue.
any rhythm of the heart that is faster or slower than the average heart rate and regularity for most people.
is the medical terms for a disturbance of the heart's natural rhythm. Tachycardia refers to when the heart beats too fast. Bradycardia is when the heart beats too slowly.
an abnormal pattern of the beating of the heart.
Arrhythmia or dysrhythmia is a change in the normal heartbeat. (Read about " Arrhythmia")
irregular or rapid heartbeat.
an irregular or rapid heart rhythm.
a disturbance in the normal rate and rhythm of the heart.
out of rhythm - the heart is beating too fast, too slowly, or irregularly
An abnormal rhythm of the heart.
irregularity of the heartbeat
Any alteration in rhythm of the heartbeat either in time or force.
Abnormal rhythm of the heart. May refer to rate, rhythm, or propagation sequence of depolarisation. Some are harmless. some are very serious.
A change in the sequence of the electrical impulses that cause your heart to beat.
A disturbance of the normal and regular heart rhythm. There are several different types of arrhythmia; some are dangerous, most are not.
A change in the regular beat of the heart. The heart may seem to skip a beat or beat irregularly or very fast or very slowly.
an abnormal heart rhythm. The heartbeats may be too slow, too rapid, too irregular, or too early.
irregular heart beat
An abnormal beating of the heart. It can be too fast (tachycardia), too slow (bradycardia), or simply irregular even though the heart rate is normal.
Heart rhythm disorders (arrhythmias) are problems that affect the electrical system, or "wiring," of the heart muscle. Heart arrhythmias are very common and millions of people will experience an abnormal heart rhythm some time during their lives. Most are not serious.
Irregular or loss of heartbeat rhythm
Any abnormal rhythm of the heart, with respect to its rate of regularity or the shape of its waveform.
Deviation from the normal heartbeat rhythm because of a disturbance in the electrical impulses to the heart.
Any variation from normal, regular rhythm. Usually refers to abnormalities of cardiac rhythm, including ventricular fibrillation, tachycardia, and bradycardia.
An absence or irregularity of the heart rhythm caused by disturbances of the transmission of electrical impulses through the cardiac tissue.
Disruptions in the natural rhythm of the heartbeat that are caused by improper functioning of electrical system cells in the heart. There are different kinds of arrhythmias. Palpitations is a term that refers to the feeling of a pounding heartbeat, whether regular or irregular. Tachycardia is an abnormal increase in the resting heart rate; Bradycardia is the opposite, an abnormally slow heart rate. Ectopic beats are premature beats (often felt as "skipped" beats). Fluttter and fibrillation are situations in which the normal steady beating of the heart is converted by electrical error into a rapid twitching of the heart muscle. This ineffective functioning results in an insufficient supply of blood being carried to the body's tissues.
a fast, slow, or irregular heartbeat.
An irregular heartbeat.
an abnormal heart beat.
Any rhythm that is not the normal rhythm of the heart; it may mean a slow or fast heart rate or an irregular rhythm.
An abnormal cardiac rhythm.
any deviation from the normal rhythm of the heart
Abnormal rhythms of the heart. Also called dysrhthmias.
An abnormal or absent heart rhythm.
(noun) abnormal heart rhythm. The result of abnormal electrical activity or electrical conduction in the heart. May be too fast, too slow or irregular.
an irregular heart rate. There are many different types of arrhythmias
a deviation from the normal heart rhythm.
An irregularity in heart beat
an abnormal heart rhythm; either too slow, too fast, or irregular
Medical term for irregular Heart Rhythms
Abnormal heart rhythms.
disrupted heart rhythm or heart frequency.
Abnormal rate or rhythm of the heartbeat.
A condition caused by variation in the regular rhythm of the heartbeat. Arrhythmias may cause serious conditions such as shock and congestive heart failure, or even death.
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