Difference between revisions of "Sinus Arrhythmia"

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Sinus arrhythmia is a variant of [[Sinus_Node_Rhythms_and_Arrhythmias|sinus rhythm]]. During sinus arrhtyhmia there is much (>0.16 sec) variation in the consecutive RR intervals.  
 
Sinus arrhythmia is a variant of [[Sinus_Node_Rhythms_and_Arrhythmias|sinus rhythm]]. During sinus arrhtyhmia there is much (>0.16 sec) variation in the consecutive RR intervals.  
 
[[File:E000600.jpg|thumb|An example of an ECG with sinus arrhythmia. This was a young patient without any symptoms. This sinus arrhythmia is often observed in young people and is related to in and expiration]]
 
[[File:E000600.jpg|thumb|An example of an ECG with sinus arrhythmia. This was a young patient without any symptoms. This sinus arrhythmia is often observed in young people and is related to in and expiration]]
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[[File:E000601.png|thumb|Another example of sinus arrhythmia]]

Revision as of 20:34, 23 June 2013

Sinus arrhythmia is a variant of sinus rhythm. During sinus arrhtyhmia there is much (>0.16 sec) variation in the consecutive RR intervals.

An example of an ECG with sinus arrhythmia. This was a young patient without any symptoms. This sinus arrhythmia is often observed in young people and is related to in and expiration
Another example of sinus arrhythmia