fibrillation : Definition, Usages, News and More

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fib ri lay shuhn

  • n  muscular twitching involving individual muscle fibers acting without coordination
  • n  act or process of forming fibrils

  • Fibrillation around the ventricles quickly ends in death.
  • During his term in office, he suffered from atrial fibrillation as a result of his thyroid problems.
  • Atrial fibrillation often resolves on its own.
News & Articles


  • Andrea in FOXNews
    We expect that he will be able to begin exercising in a matter of days and return to the lineup in a brief period of time. He has had several episodes of this condition (atrial fibrillation) since mid-summer, and the good news is that now we know... Craig Patrick Dec 8, 2005 37179 48029 fibrillation The models produced by EnSite Fusion result in better, faster care for my patients and more reliable delivery of therapy for complex arrhythmias, such as atrial fibrillation," said Andrea Natale, MD, who is a consulting professor at Stanford...
  • Kari Stefansson in Reuters India
    Why is it important to identify those who are at risk for this kind of a problem? The reason for that is that atrial fibrillation predisposes for stroke. And stroke is a common cause of disability in our society,deCODE genetics President and...

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