Definition of Dysrhythmia

1. Noun. A disturbance to an otherwise normal rhythm (especially of the heart) ¹



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Definition of Dysrhythmia

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Dysrhythmia

1. Defective rhythm. See also entries under rhythm. Compare: arrhythmia. Origin: dys-+ G. Rhythmos, rhythm (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dysrhythmia

dyspraxics
dyspropterin
dysprosian
dysprosium
dysprosiums
dysproteinaemia
dysproteinaemic
dysproteinaemic retinopathy
dysraphism
dysregulate
dysregulated
dysregulates
dysregulating
dysregulation
dysregulations
dysrhythmia (current term)
dysrhythmias
dysrhythmic
dyssease
dysseases
dyssebacia
dyssomnia
dysspondylism
dysstasia
dysstatic
dyssynchronies
dyssynchrony
dyssynergia

Literary usage of Dysrhythmia

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1. Treatment of Depression edited by Cynthia D. Mulrow (2000)
"Fluoxetine therapy has been significantly associated with hospitalization in 11 of 588 cases of syncope,532 and although not proved, a cardiac dysrhythmia ..."

2. Emergency And Continuous Exposure Guidance Levels For Selected Submarine by Best, National Research Council (U.S.) (2007)
"CO intoxication causes hypotension by myocardial depression, peripheral vasodilation, and ventricular dysrhythmia (Varon et al. 1999). ..."

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