A 25-year-old male asked:
I perform an ekg and the result was sinus arrhythmia. is this a normal condition?
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General Practice 29 years experience
Please Clarify: There must be a miscommunication here. Arrhythmia is a generic term to mean abnormal. There must be another word there to describe the specific abnormality.
If there is not an 'arrhythmia' then normal sinus rhythm is a common way to say normal.
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Last updated Dec 12, 2013
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