Difference between revisions of "Atrial Tachycardia"

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Atrial tachcyardia is a more or less regular heart rate > 100 bpm that does not origin from the sinus node. The p-waves therefore have a different configuration and easily be recognized if the are negative in AVF.
 
Atrial tachcyardia is a more or less regular heart rate > 100 bpm that does not origin from the sinus node. The p-waves therefore have a different configuration and easily be recognized if the are negative in AVF.
  
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Revision as of 19:23, 22 July 2007

Atrial tachcyardia is a more or less regular heart rate > 100 bpm that does not origin from the sinus node. The p-waves therefore have a different configuration and easily be recognized if the are negative in AVF.

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