n. disturbance of the natural rhythm of the heart. .. RUNN:
   ♦ arrhythmic, a.

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  • arrhythmia — [ə rith′mē ə] n. [ModL < Gr, lack of rhythm < a , without + rhythmos, measure] any irregularity in the rhythm of the heart s beating arrhythmic adj. arrhythmical arrhythmically adv …   English World dictionary

  • arrhythmia — arrhythmic /euh ridh mik, ay ridh /, arrhythmical, adj. arrhythmically, adv. /euh ridh mee euh, ay ridh /, n. Pathol. any disturbance in the rhythm of the heartbeat. Also, arhythmia. [1885 90; < NL < Gk arrhythmía. See A 6, RHYTHM, IA] * * *… …   Universalium

  • Arrhythmia — An abnormal heart rhythm. In an arrhythmia the heartbeats may be too slow, too rapid, too irregular, or too early. Rapid arrhythmias (greater than 100 beats per minute) are called tachycardias. Slow arrhythmias (slower than 60 beats per minute)… …   Medical dictionary

  • arrhythmia — Lack of normal ordered rhythm particularly in the case of the heart where arrhythmia can be a prelude to cardiac arrest …   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • arrhythmia — ar•rhyth•mi•a [[t]əˈrɪð mi ə, eɪˈrɪð [/t]] n. pat any disturbance in the rhythm of the heartbeat • Etymology: 1885–90; < Gk arrhythmía. See a VI, rhythm ar•rhyth′mic, ar•rhyth′mi•cal, adj. ar•rhyth′mi•cal•ly, adv …   From formal English to slang

  • arrhythmia — noun an abnormal rate of muscle contractions in the heart • Syn: ↑cardiac arrhythmia • Derivationally related forms: ↑arrhythmic • Hypernyms: ↑heart disease, ↑cardiopathy • Hyponyms …   Useful english dictionary

  • Arrhythmia absoluta — Vorhofflimmern ist eine vorübergehende (paroxysmale oder intermittierende) oder dauerhafte (permanente) Herzrhythmusstörung mit ungeordneter Tätigkeit der Herzvorhöfe. Gebräuchliche Abkürzungen sind AF oder AFib (von englisch Atrial fibrillation) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Arrhythmia, sinus — The normal increase in heart rate that occurs during inspiration (when you breathe in). This is a natural response and is more accentuated in children than adults. The sinus refers to the natural pacemaker of the heart which is called the… …   Medical dictionary

  • arrhythmia — noun Etymology: New Latin, from Greek, lack of rhythm, from arrhythmos unrhythmical, from a + rhythmos rhythm Date: circa 1860 an alteration in rhythm of the heartbeat either in time or force …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • arrhythmia — noun An irregular heartbeat …   Wiktionary

  • arrhythmia — n. irregular heartbeat (Medicine) …   English contemporary dictionary

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