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Arrythmia

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  • Arrythmia

    Arrythmia An arrhythmia is a disturbance of the heart's rhythm. An arrhythmia may result in a fast or slow heartbeat and/or produce an even or uneven rhythm. Two common arrhythmias arising from the atria are paroxysmal atrial tachycardia and atrial fibrillation. PAT often occurs in young, healthy individuals without heart disease. The heart beats at a rate of 150 to 250 beats per minute (BPM) rather than the normal 60 to 100 BPM.

  • Arrythmia

     Treatment: Individuals may report chest pain and the sensation of a heavy or irregular heartbeat, dizziness, fainting, anxiety, or shortness of breath. Symptoms usually begin suddenly. Current use of medications such as prescription or over-the-counter drugs, herbal products, diet pills, or illegal drugsshould be noted. Heart disease is the most common risk factor for arrhythmias. There are also certain congenital conditions that predispose a person to arrhythmias.

  • Arrythmia

     Prevalence: Arrhythmias are common and occur throughout the population. The prevalence of atrial and ventricular arrhythmias increases with age, even when there's no clear sign of heart disease. During a 24-hour period, about one-fifth of healthy adults are likely to have frequent or multiple types of premature ventricular beats and as many as 1.7 million people living in Sweden with AF.

 

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