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What's the difference between an svt, wolf-parkinson-white syndrome, and fibrilations?

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Dr. Jason Adler
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In brief: SVT, WPW, Afib

Svt or supraventricular tachycardia is a condition in which the upper chamber of the heart causes the heart to beat very fast.
Wpw or wolf parkinson white syndrome is a condition where te heart has a propensity to abnormal electrical conduction that may predispose people to have svt, atrial fibrillation (where the upper chamber of the heart beats chaotically), or other heart rhythm issues.

In brief: SVT, WPW, Afib

Svt or supraventricular tachycardia is a condition in which the upper chamber of the heart causes the heart to beat very fast.
Wpw or wolf parkinson white syndrome is a condition where te heart has a propensity to abnormal electrical conduction that may predispose people to have svt, atrial fibrillation (where the upper chamber of the heart beats chaotically), or other heart rhythm issues.
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