Reviewed by: Priscilla Lynch
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Atrial fibrillation is the mostcommon form of arrhythmia, of which there are several. Anarrhythmia is a heart rhythm problem and can manifest itself as the heart rate being too quick, too slow or irregular. On completion of this module, the reader should have an enhanced understanding of atrial fibrillation, including different types of arrhythmia, diagnostic methods, and the drugs and procedures that can be used to treat the condition.
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