abnormal heart rhythms, called arrhythmias

An arrhythmia is an abnormal rate and/or rhythm of the heartbeat. There are various types, but all are due to some problem with the electrical conducting system of the heart. Some arrhythmias are more serious than others. Some are intermittent and come and go, others are permanent unless treated. The main types of arrhythmia include the following:

Source: patient.co.uk/health/arrhythmias-abnormal-heart-rhythms




Andrew D. Blaufox, MD Pediatric Electrophysiology
Associate Professor Clinical Pediatrics Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine .
Residency: Mount Sinai School of Medicine .
Fellowship: Mount Sinai School of Medicine and
Medical University of South Carolina