bradysphygmia

bradysphygmia

 [brad″e-sfig´me-ah]
abnormal slowness of the pulse.
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bra·dy·sphyg·mi·a

(brad'ē-sfig'mē-ă),
Slowness of the pulse; can occur without bradycardia, as in ventricular bigeminy when every alternate beat may fail to produce a peripheral pulse.
[brady- + G. sphygmos, pulse]
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bradysphygmia

A slow pulse rate; while it fills a lexical void, the term bradycardia is much more widely used, understood and preferred in the working medical parlance.
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bra·dy·sphyg·mi·a

(brad'ē-sfig'mē-ă)
Slowness of the pulse; can occur without bradycardia, as in ventricular bigeminy when every other beat may fail to produce a peripheral pulse.
[brady- + G. sphygmos, pulse]
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