Arrhythmias

The electrical system that controls the sustaining pulse in the atria, ventricles, junctions, or because of the blocks generated is the source of abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias). The heart rate may be too slow or too fast; it may be constant or become chaotic. While some arrhythmias can be exceedingly severe and result in rapid cardiovascular death, others may only be bothersome and not deadly. An arrhythmia's most well-known adverse effect is a familiar erratic pulse known as palpitations. Atrial fibrillation causes the heart's electrical system to send out confusing signals, which causes the pulse to be erratic and rapid. The upper chambers of the heart can beat up to 300–400 times per minute. AFib sufferers are five times more likely to experience a stroke than those without the illness. Atrial fibrillation (AFib), a sporadic type of heartbeat, is managed by removal. If a recurrent or continuous arrhythmia causes side effects or other problems, catheter removal may be advised. Catheter removal is often only used in cases where pharmaceutical therapy has failed.

 

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