Action potentials from the sinoatrial node are initiating the cardiac cycles.
Normal heartbeat. (Example: "He went into sinus rhythm as the EMTs pulled up.")
a rhythm which originates in and is controlled by the sino-atrial node
A form of popular music that mixes the percussive beat of late-sixties and early-seventies funk with the ancient sound of the Siberian Nose-Flute.
the heart pumps in a healthy way.
The normal rhythm of the heart originates in the sinoatrial node. It is called sinus rhythm.
Heart rhythm stimulated by the sinoatrial node of the heart. Normal sinus rhythm is considered to be 60 to 100 beats bpm.
The normal rhythm of the heart, initiated in the SA node.
The normal heart rhythm ranging from 60 – 80 beats per minute; controlled by the sinus node Stenosis: A narrowing of the arteries Stent: A small meshwork tube inserted into the blood vessel using a catheter; expanding the stent permits to widen a narrowing of the vessel (stenosis); stents usually remain in the body permanently, except for the Absorbable Metal Stent Stimulus: An electric signal that is delivered to the heart and causes contractions; can also be used to terminate tachycardia Stress ECG: An electrocardiogram that monitors decreased cardiac perfusion and increased extrasystoles during physical activity Syncope: A temporary loss of consciousness Systole: A contraction of the myocardium; the pumping action of the heart
A normal heartbeat. (Read about " Arrhythmia")
When the heart contracts in a normal, coordinated manner.
The normal regular rhythm of the heart set by the natural pacemaker of the heart called the sinoatrial (or sinus) node. It is located in the wall of the right atrium (the right upper chamber of the heart). Normal cardiac impulses start there and are transmitted to the atria and down to the ventricles (the lower chambers of the heart). See the entire definition of Sinus rhythm
The normal beating of the heart (60-80 beats per minute). Also called "Normal Heart Rhythm." See Overview.
An electrical impulse generated in the SA node that maintains a heart rate between 60 and 100 and is regular.
The normal cycle of electrical stimulation of the heart that begins in the sinoatrial node (SA node), traveling to the left atrium and down to the AV node. It then continues to down the bundle of His and splits into the bundle branches to each ventricle. The electrical impulse produce the muscular contraction of that heart that is responsible for the pumping action of the heart.
Sinus rhythm is a term used in medicine to describe the normal beating of the heart, as measured by an electrocardiogram (ECG). It has certain generic features that serve as hallmarks for comparison with normal ECGs.