|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|a flutter ekg||1.64||0.4||2195||67|
|a flutter treatment||1.15||0.5||9068||59|
|a flutter vs afib||1.72||0.2||3021||79|
|aflutter icd 10 code||1.02||0.6||4714||39|
|a flutter icd 10||1.23||1||5851||24|
|a flutter ecg||1.75||0.8||1682||56|
|a flutter with rvr||0.61||0.3||10||78|
a·flut·ter. (ə-flŭt′ər) adj. 1. Being in a flutter; fluttering: with flags aflutter. 2. Nervous and excited. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.What is atrial flutter (AFl) and how is it characterized?
What is atrial flutter? Atrial flutter (AFL or A-Flutter) is a common type of supraventricular arrhythmia. It is characterized by rapid electrical activity of your upper chambers with a variable amount of rapid beats of your lower chambers. It is associated with an increased risk of stroke.What does atrial flutter feel like?
Atrial flutter is a condition where the atria of the heart rapidly and regularly beat due to an anomaly in the heart's electrical system that usually results in a tachycardia.; It produces feelings like near-fainting, rapid heartbeats (palpitations), mild shortness of breath, and fatigue.This type of arrhythmia can be dangerous because complications can easily develop.