An arrhythmia is an irregular heartbeat. Your heart may beat too quickly, too slowly or erratically. Arrhythmias are common, and even children can have them. The abnormal rhythms may be harmless or life-threatening, depending on whether the upper or lower part of the heart is affected, and how well the heart is able to continue pumping blood.
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60 - 100
The number of beats per minute
for a normal heart rate
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Graham M. Bundy, MD
Henrico Doctors' Hospital - HCA Virginia
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