|afib vs aflutter ecg||0.99||0.7||979||45|
|afib vs aflutter ekg||0.27||0.1||1975||7|
|afib vs flutter ekg||1.76||0.3||1350||20|
|atrial flutter vs afib ekg||0.14||0.6||5811||56|
|aflutter rhythm vs afib||0.03||0.5||1448||58|
|af vs atrial flutter ecg||0.33||0.5||5382||53|
|atrial flutter ecg vs atrial fibrillation||0.35||0.7||9808||9|
|atrial flutter vs fibrillation ecg||0.87||0.7||9254||45|
|afib and aflutter differences||1.26||0.4||7440||35|
|difference between afib aflutter||1.36||0.7||7752||58|
|difference afib and aflutter||0.91||0.1||6571||48|
See additional information. Atrial flutter and atrial fibrillation (AFib) are two types of a heart problem called atrial tachycardia. Both of these conditions involve the heart's electrical activity, but they are not the same disease. Both diseases are serious and need medical treatment.What are the symptoms of atrial flutter?
The most common symptom of atrial flutter is a fast yet steady heartbeat. This symptom can be constant, or it can come and go. During a rapid ventricular response (RVR), other symptoms may include: fatigue. About 30 percent of people with atrial flutter do not experience any symptoms.Does atrial flutter have P waves?
When atrial flutter is conducted 2:1, the resulting ventricular rate is around 125-175 per minute (usually around 150). This is because the P waves (flutter waves) in atrial flutter occur at about 250-350 per minute (usually around 300). At this rate, it can appear that there is a P wave in front of each QRS and a T wave after each QRS.