• ventricular response
  • Whereas rate-control strategies for managing atrial fibrillation advocate medically slowing ventricular response to the fibrillating atrium and using anticoagulation to reduce stroke risk, rhythm-control strategies involve medical or electrical conversion to sinus rhythm to improve hemodynamics and symptoms and, theoretically, reduce stroke risk. (aafp.org)
  • electrophysiologists
  • Featuring contributions from practicing clinical cardiac electrophysiologists affiliated with the Michigan Congenital Heart Center at the University of Michigan, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology in the Young, Second Edition, is a premier reference for cardiologists, residents, and medical students. (springer.com)
  • discern
  • However, the atrial signals may be too small to discern and in other cases quite large, simulating AFL (coarse atrial fibrillation). (clinicaladvisor.com)
  • Note that with paper speed 25 mm/s, which is standard in the US and many other countries, a 2:1 block will be difficult to discern beacuse the flutter wave may fuse with the preceding T-wave. (ecgwaves.com)