Diagnosis of flickering arrhythmia
The disease is one of the most complex forms of rhythm disturbance. It often occurs in the postinfarction period, and therefore the life of a person depends on the correct diagnosis. During the onset of atrial fibrillation, the waves f, whose frequency can range from 350 to 700 beats per minute, are determined on the ECG. They are not regular, but in their amplitude and form different. Echocardiography is also able to determine the wiping with 100% confidence. In some cases, the disease is determined by computer tomography, but this method is far from always available.