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What is cardiac arrhythmia

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Heart pump that ensures circulation in the body is a muscular organ, hollow, consisting of four cavities, two upper (atria) and two lower (ventricles). Each atrium communicates with the ventricle on the same side through a hole provided with valves which have the function of valves, valves allow blood flow one way, namely from the atria toward the ventricles. Hole on the right side has three valves and one of only two left.

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What is cardiac arrhythmia

  1. 1. This Article Has Been Brought to You for Free by WHAT IS www.freud-sigmund.com CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIA atrioventricular node, the junction between the atria and ventricles. Crossing this node electrical impulse rapidly excites all cells ventricles through His-Purkinje system called network. Electrical activity of the heart can be recorded with electrocardiogram to see if it is synchronized. Between beats, the electrical system is charging as well as heart muscle that between two contractions relaxes and fills with blood again. Therefore each contraction of the heart is triggered electrically. Repeating this phenomenon results heartbeat. Sinus node is the one that gives the measure of the pace. He has the ability to adjust the sensitivity cadence body needs to stimulate the nervous system and stimulating hormones (e.g. adrenaline). So accelerates heart rate during exertion or during an emotion and it slows down .Heart pumpHeart pump that ensures circulation in the body is a are normal heart rhythm disorders or in terms ofmuscular organ, hollow, consisting of four cavities, frequency or regularity of heart rate, or in both.two upper (atria) and two lower (ventricles). Eachatrium communicates with the ventricle on the sameside through a hole provided with valves which have Causes:the function of valves, valves allow blood flow one - Heart diseaseway, namely from the atria toward the ventricles. - HyperthyroidismHole on the right side has three valves and one of only - Respiratory failuretwo left. - Electrolyte imbalances - Alcohol and tobacco.Right atrium receives oxygen-poor blood veins thatreturn the organs to the heart and directs it to theright ventricle. It sends blood to the lungs where it isoxygenated before crossing the left atrium to the leftventricle to be directed to. Left ventricle, the mostvoluminous pumps blood into the arteries and hencethroughout the body.For the heart to pump blood effectively as billions ofcells in the upper chambers and the ventricles have tocontract simultaneously. This timing is triggered by anelectrical impulse. These actions are guided by the Variations in heart rate are normal in some cases.sinus node, located in the right atrium. From there the Arrhythmia occurs when electrical excitation ariseselectrical current passes from cell to cell to the elsewhere than normal or when electrical wave Sigmund Freud| Psychology Blog
  2. 2. This Article Has Been Brought to You for Free by www.freud-sigmund.compropagation does not follow the normal Stored in both normal cardiac impulseroute. The resulting muscle contraction outbreak: sinus node.differs from normal rhythm. Beatingcaused additional contraction is called Atria arrhythmiasextra systole and normal systole. Anextra systole interrupts normal Atria arrhythmias originate in the atria:sequence of activation of cardiac - Ectopic atria - ectopic impulsesmuscle. - Paroxysmal atria tachycardia (regular 140-220/min frequency)Often extra systole is followed by a - Atria fibrillation and atria fluttercompensatory pause, felt that a (irregular rhythm disturbances).disruption of the heart rhythm. Suddenacceleration and prolonged heart rate Atria extra systoles. Hypertensionfollowed by decrease blood pressure which can cause causes a relaxation of the atria and their prematuredizziness and tiredness and weakness. contraction (atria extra systole).Resynchronization between the upper chambers andventricles also cause palpitations. They can be feltinside the sternum but ears, throat or stomach. Paroxysmal atria tachycardia - during tachycardia, theAll these forms of arrhythmia occur through the same heart beats quickly and suddenly shrinks up to 140-symptoms: palpitations, anxiety, fatigue, dispend 220 beats per minute. These episodes may last a few(difficult breath). Arrhythmias may not be felt at all or seconds or a few hours. They stop as suddenly as theyon the contrary may even lead to loss of appeared. Paroxysmal tachycardia’s can occur inconsciousness. These blackouts occur when the pulse youth and can last a lifetime. After the crisis theis below 20 beats per minute or more than 200 beats patient feels tired but this type of arrhythmia is rarelyper minute. In general consciousness as soon as the dangerous. Still require medical advice as it maypatient lies supine with legs rose if necessary to diminish the quality of life.restore blood flow in the brain necessary. There is alsothe risk of heart stopping action is neededresuscitation (cardiac massage and artificial Atria fibrillation and atria flutter is a more seriousrespiration, defibrillation and so on). problem that will require medical examinations andTypes: extra systoles treatment, due to an "electrical storm" in the atria. Coordinated contraction of the atria does not occur.Ectopic can occur in any healthy person. Only if they Heart loses around 20% capacity. Ventricle can sinceoccur frequently we speak of arrhythmia. Arrhythmias compensate for this loss but long term exhaustion cancan be classified according to the place of training and lead to heart failure. States felt from pulse irregularitydepending on the effects on heart rate. When heart because the ventricles are not driven by the sinusrate is called tachycardia is accelerated and when the node, with values sometimes very high pulse 140pace is slowed bradycardia. beats per minute and even Moreover, sometimes very small 50 beats per minute causing dizziness.Heart pump: A complication of atria fibrillation is dilated atria.- Sinus tachycardia (heart rate - 90-120/min); Blood stagnates in them that can clot. Passing such a- Sinus bradycardia (60/min frequency below). mass of clotted blood in circulation can cause Sigmund Freud| Psychology Blog
  3. 3. This Article Has Been Brought to You for Free by www.freud-sigmund.comembolism.Atria fibrillation can occur after a state of fever. Whenthis arrhythmia is the result of heart diseasetreatment will address this disease. Fibrillation mayalso occur in thyroid disease or after drinking toomuch alcohol.Ventricular arrhythmias- Ventricular extra systole - is due to an irritation ofthe ventricular zone, which is no longer synchronizedwith the whole heart; causes of this type ofarrhythmia include: emotion, an imbalance in mineralsalts retention (excessive consumption of laxatives),fever or infection; in these cases the arrhythmia isconsidered benign but its appearance with heartdisease may reveal a problem that requires treatment- Paroxysmal ventricular tachycardia - usuallyrepresents the manifestation of a major dysfunctionof the heart muscle, can occur at any age butgenerally follows a myocardial infarction, there is asynchronization between beating ventricles and atriacontraction, causing the decrease in cardiac output, itis necessary hospitalization due to weakness of theheart- Ventricular fibrillation and flutter. Sigmund Freud| Psychology Blog

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