Arrhythmia is an abnormally slow, quick, cardiovascular rhythm or irregular. Tachycardia ventricular (Vtach or VT) is defined by bizarrely enlarged QRS complexes with no P waves and generally a frequency greater than 100 per minute.
Can degenerate rapidly into fibrillation and destruction of the ventricular. Electric defibrillation may be sensitive for VT. The most severe pulmonary pattern is ventricular fibrillation, also known as VFib.
It is the end of the road to pace the heart and the body can not last for a very lengthy time with the ventricles. Cardizem controls the pace properly, but may result in patient hypotension, while amiodarone is superior in individuals with hemodynamic conditions.
Patients frequency and rhythm may be controlled by medications. The two primary objectives of the treatment of Afib are to control the frequency and rhythm of stroke and the avoidance of embolism.