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P waves buried within the QRS complexes and have no relationship to the QRS complexes
Duration: sustained vs. non-sustained
P waves buried within the QRS complexes and have no relationship to the QRS complexes
Duration: sustained vs. non-sustained
P waves buried within the QRS complexes and have no relationship to the QRS complexes
Duration: sustained vs. non-sustained
Occasionally referred to as a slow ventricular tachycardia
Occurs very often in dogs with extra cardiac disease (GDV, splenic, hit-by-car, sepsis, neurologic disease) Rarely cause clinical signs or predispose to sudden death, rarely need to be specifically treated, treat underlying cause