arrhythmia

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English - Turkish
aritmi

Onun kardiyak aritmisi var. - She has cardiac arrhythmia.

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cardiac arrhythmia
kardiyak aritmi
arrhythmias
aritmiler
English - English
An irregular heart beat
A disturbance of the normal and regular heart rhythm There are several different types of arrhythmias; some are dangerous, but most are not
An abnormal heart rhythm
variation from the normal rhythm of the heart beat
An arrhythmia is any deviation from the normal rhythm of the heart
An abnormal heartbeat
irregularity or absence of the heart rhythm caused by disturbances in transmission of electrical impulses through cardiac tissue
{i} irregular heartbeat (Medicine)
an abnormal rate of muscle contractions in the heart
(Also called dysrhythmia ) - a fast, slow, or irregular heartbeat
Variation from the heartbeat's normal rate or rhythm, caused by problems in the heart's pacemaker or in nerves conducting its signals. Occasional arrhythmias are normal. Tachycardia is a fast regular rhythm; bradycardia is a slow rhythm. Premature atrial or ventricular beats are extra contractions in normal rhythm. Ongoing arrhythmia in some heart diseases can reduce the heart's ability to supply the body with blood and can lead to heart failure. Severe arrhythmias can trigger atrial fibrillation or ventricular fibrillation. Arrhythmias are detected by electrocardiography and treated by electric shock (often with an implanted pacemaker) or by drugs such as quinidine and digitalis
An irregular heart rhythm, or an abnormality in the timing or pattern of the heartbeat, causing the heart to beat too rapidly, too slowly, or irregularly
An abnormal heartbeat or heart rhythm
Irregular heart action caused by disturbances in cardiac impulses Bradycardia -- slowness of heart action Tachycardia -- rapid heart action
(or dysrhythmia) - an abnormal heartbeat
Any rhythm that is not the normal rhythm of the heart; it may mean a slow or fast heart rate or an irregular rhythm
a fast, slow, or irregular heartbeat
An abnormal rhythm of the heart
An irregular heartbeat
Any variation from the normal rhythm of the heartbeat
(Also called dysrhythmia ) - an abnormal heartbeat
out of rhythm - the heart is beating too fast, too slowly, or irregularly
An abnormal heart rhythm, or heartbeat The rhythm can be too fast, too slow, or irregular (beating at an off-beat rhythm) Some arrhythmias aren't a problem, but more serious arrhythmias can mean the heart is working less effectively, and may cause symptoms of palpitations, weakness, dizziness, chest pain, and shortness of breath
arrhythmias
plural of arrhythmia
cardiac arrhythmia
an abnormal rate of muscle contractions in the heart
arrhythmia

    Hyphenation

    ar·rhyth·mi·a

    Turkish pronunciation

    ırîdhmiı

    Pronunciation

    /ərˈəᴛʜmēə/ /ɜrˈɪðmiːə/

    Etymology

    [ A-'ri[th]-mE-& ] (noun.) circa 1860. New Latin, from Greek, lack of rhythm, from arrhythmos unrhythmical, from a- + rhythmos rhythm.

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