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


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

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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