Healthcare Spanish

Tachycardia

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  • Terms and chart related to tachycardia

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Vocabulary

  • Tachycardia or tachyarrhythmia
  • Supraventricular tachyarrhythmia
  • Sinus arrhythmia
  • Atrial arrhythmia
  • Junctional arrhythmia or nodal arrhythmia
  • Beats per minute
  • Pulse
  • Ventricular arrhythmia
  • Heart beat between 100 and 150 is called simple tachyarrhythmia
  • Heart beat between 150 and 200 is called paroxysmal tachyarrhythmia
  • Heart beat between 250 and 350 is called flutter (atrial or ventricular)
  • Heart beat over 350 is called fibrillation
  • Taquicardia o taquiarritmia
  • Taquiarritmia supraventricular
  • Arritmia sinusal
  • Arritmia auricular
  • Junctional arritmia o arritmia nodal
  • Latidos por minuto (LPM)
  • Pulso
  • Arritmia ventricular
  • Latido del corazón entre 100 y 150 LPM se llama sencilla taquiarritmia
  • Latido del corazón entre 150 y 200 LPM se llama taquiarritmia paroxística
  • Latido del corazón entre 250 y 350 LPM se llama aleteo (auricular o ventricular)
  • Latido del corazón más de 350 LPM se llama fibrilación
nodal-re-entrant tachycardia

Nodal Reentry Tachycardia—Taquicardia por Reentrada Nodal

English description

In typical nodal reentry tachycardia pro (slow antegrade and retrograde conduction via AV conduction through the fast track), the P wave is not visible and can be visible right after the QRS complex and look like a pseudo R in lead V1.

Descripción en Español

En taquicardia pro reentrada nodal tipica (conduccion anterograda por la via AV lenta y conduccion retrograda por la via rapida), la onda P puede no verse y puede ser visible justo despues del complejo QRS y parecer una pseudo R en derivacion V1.


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