The human heart is probably the most important organ of all, pumping blood in a regular rhythm through the body, reaching oxygen and other nutrients to the other organs, and removing wastes and carbon dioxide. Without the constant rhythmic supply of blood, the other organs and tissues will simply malfunction and die.
And when the vital, rhythmic beat of the heart gets disturbed – beats too fast, too slow or irregularly – that’s Arrhythmia. This infographic draws attention to some key facts about Arrhythmia – its causes, symptoms, and the different processes for diagnosis.
What is Arrhythmia?