LOW ATRIAL RHYTHM: CASE REPORT

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SAMIRA MIS QAVAM
SIROS NOROZI
ELHAM MOHAMMADYARI
ALI SAHEBI
AMIN KHALAFZADEH
IRAJ AHMADI
HAMED TAVAN

Abstract

Background and Purpose: Low atrial rhythm can be considered as one of the rarest arrhythmias. The present case report aims to illustrate the symptoms, clinical evidence, diagnosis, and measures associated with a patient suffering from low atrial rhythm.  


Case Presentation: A 65-year-old man suffering from diabetic foot ulcers was hospitalized due to the shortness of breath and severe chest pain. P negative in leads II, III and Lead augmented vector foot (AVF) was observed in his electrocardiogram. Diagnostic measures included electrocardiogram, echocardiography and serum electrolyte levels.


Conclusion: Regarding the symptoms, early diagnosis and treatment are essential.

Keywords:
Electrocardiogram, P negative, low atrial rhythm

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QAVAM, S., NOROZI, S., MOHAMMADYARI, E., SAHEBI, A., KHALAFZADEH, A., AHMADI, I., & TAVAN, H. (2019). LOW ATRIAL RHYTHM: CASE REPORT. Journal of Case Reports in Medical Science, 4(3), 52-54. Retrieved from http://www.ikprress.org/index.php/JOCRIMS/article/view/4491
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Case Report