bradycardia

Condition in which the heart beats unusually slowly. Opposite of tachycardia.

Bradycardia

Bradycardia (ə; from the Greek βραδύς, bradys `slow`, and καρδία, kardia, `heart`), in the context of adult medicine, is the resting heart rate of under 60 beats per minute (BPM), although it is seldom symptomatic until the rate drops below 50 BPM. It sometimes results in fatigue, weakness, dizziness, and at very low rates faintin...
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bradycardia

<clinical sign> A slowness of the heart beat, as evidenced by slowing of the pulse rate to less than 60 beats per minute. ... Origin: Gr. Kardia = heart ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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bradycardia

(brad″e-kahr´de-ә) slowness of the heartbeat, so that the pulse rate is less than 60 per minute. This can occur in normal persons, particularly during sleep; trained athletes also usually have slow pulse and heart rates. adj., bradycar´diac., adj.
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bradycardia

(brad;u1-kar;de-ua) A slow cardiac rate; fewer than 60 beats per minute.
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bradycardia

(brady- + Gr. kardia heart) slowness of the heart beat, as evidenced by slowing of the pulse rate to less than 60.
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bradycardia

noun abnormally slow heartbeat
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Bradycardia

(brady) When baby's heart rate drops below 100 beats per minute – these are very common in premature babies and often correct themselves without additional help
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Bradycardia

A distinctly slow heartbeat, which may be a normal idiosyncrasy or with causes ranging from regular strenuous exercise to abnormally slow heart stimulus to the side-effects of medication. Bradycardia is usually defined as a pulse below sixty beats a minute, or seventy in children.
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Bradycardia

A physiological mechanism by which the heart rate is able to be slowed in order to use oxygen most efficiently; used by some animals during times of oxygen depravation such as deep water dives.
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Bradycardia

a slow heart rate, usually below 60 beats per minute in adults
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bradycardia

A slow heart rate.
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bradycardia

A slow heart-rate, usually less than 60 beats per minute.
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Bradycardia

A slower than normal heart rate â€` specifically, less than 50 beats per minute.
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Bradycardia

A slower than normal heartbeat. (Read about 'Arrhythmia')
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Bradycardia

A type of heart condition in which the heartbeats abnormally slow at less than 60 beats per minute in an adult. Fetal bradycardia is defined as a baseline heart rate less than 120 bpm. Generally, bradycardia of the newborn or preemie is defined as a rate of less than 100 beats per minute.
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bradycardia

Abnormally slow heart rate.
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Bradycardia

Abnormally slow heartbeat.
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bradycardia

An abnormally slow heart rate.
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bradycardia

antonym tachycardia Abnormal slowness of the heartbeat.
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bradycardia

bradycardia, bradyrhythmia Slowness of the heartbeat, as evidenced by slowing of the pulse rate to less than 60 beats per minute in an adult.
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Bradycardia

Bradycardia: A slow heart rate, usually defined as less than 60 beats per minute. The word bradycardia is logically derived from two Greek roots: bradys, slow + cardia, heart = slow heart.
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bradycardia

bradycardia: see arrhythmia.
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Bradycardia

Excessively slow heartbeat.
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Bradycardia

In pathology, bradycardia is an abnormally low rate of heartbeat.
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