Cardiac arrhythmia

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Different forms of cardiac arrhythmia shown in an Electrocardiogram

Cardiac arrhythmia (commonly called irregular heartbeat) is the name for a number of conditions, where the heartbeat is not normal. It may be too fast (tachycardia); too slow (bradycardia); or the heart may not beat in its regular rhythm.