|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|atrial septal defect||1.77||0.5||6889||93|
|atrial fibrillation symptoms||1.51||0.4||8167||18|
|atrial fibrillation icd 10||0.89||0.3||1285||46|
|atrial fibrillation definition||1.72||1||8688||85|
|atrial flutter ekg||1.33||0.7||2923||18|
|atrial fibrillation treatment||1.77||0.7||4336||45|
|atrial septal aneurysm||1.78||0.3||985||90|
|atrial flutter treatment||0.29||0.8||8322||67|
|atrial fibrillation with rvr||1.22||0.5||3804||51|
|atrial fibrillation guidelines||1.53||0.3||9217||27|
|atrial flutter vs atrial fibrillation||1.34||0.2||4051||44|
|atrial fibrillation esc||1.61||0.9||7393||76|
|atrial fibrillation esc guidelines||0.76||0.5||6030||93|
|atrial functional mitral regurgitation||1||0.3||2396||38|
|atrial fibrillation ekg||1.32||1||7756||65|
|atrial fibrillation ecg||1.97||1||1897||60|
|atrial fibrillation ablation||0.68||0.9||2696||70|
|atrial fibrillation medscape||0.47||0.1||1189||87|
|atrial fibrillation icd 10 code||0.97||0.9||920||36|
|atrial fibrillation medications||1.85||0.9||4043||89|
|atrial fibrillation with rvr icd 10||1.69||0.9||4242||9|
|paroxysmal atrial fibrillation||0.56||0.8||2715||41|
|meds attr atrial fibrillation symptoms||0.55||0.4||61||56|
|what is atrial fibrillation||0.8||0.2||9162||61|
|cardioversion for atrial fibrillation||1.98||0.7||1770||30|
|paroxysmal atrial fibrillation icd 10||1.52||0.3||3321||63|
|atrial fibrillation cks||0.44||1||9849||20|
Atrial arrhythmias are irregular heartbeats that cause poor circulation. They occur when the upper chambers of your heart are out of rhythm with the lower chambers. This can cause your heart to beat either too fast or slow.What is atrial flutter?
Atrial flutter is a type of heart rhythm disorder ( arrhythmia) caused by problems in your heart's electrical system. Atrial flutter is similar to atrial fibrillation, a common heart rhythm disorder. However, the rhythm in your atria is more organized and less chaotic in atrial flutter than are the abnormal patterns common with atrial fibrillation.What is atrial filling?
atrial filling. return of blood via the venae cavae and the pulmonary veins to the atria. Too slow a return means inadequate cardiac output, too slow emptying means an increase in central venous pressure and possibly the development of congestive heart failure.What does enlarged left and right atria mean in atrial fibrillation?
Echocardiography. Significant enlargement of both the left and right atria is associated with long-standing atrial fibrillation and, if noted at the initial presentation of atrial fibrillation, suggests that the atrial fibrillation is likely to be of a longer duration than the individual's symptoms.