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JCR. 2021; 8(1): 53-55


PATTERN OF ARRHYTHMIA IN PATIENTS WITH HEART DISEASE DURING PREGNANCY

Sherif Mostafa Ali, Nasser Mohammad Taha, Mohammad Abdel Kader Abdel Wahab, Adel Yousof Ahmed.

Abstract
the overall frequency of any arrhythmia is about 68/100000 pregnancy related hospitalizations between 2000
and 2012 with an increase in its frequency between 2000 and 2012 by 58% being 55/100000 pregnancy related
hospitalizations in 2000 and 83/100000 pregnancy related hospitalizations in 2012, this increase was mainly due to the
increase in AF frequency by 111% and VT frequency by 127% between 2000 and 2012.

Key words: Arrhythmias, Heart diseases, pattern



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