bradycardia[brad′i kär′dē ə]
bradycardia definition by Webster's New World
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abnormally slow heartbeat: below 60 beats per minute for an adult
Origin: ; from brady- plush Classical Greek kardia, heart
bradycardia definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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Slowness of the heart rate, usually fewer than 60 beats per minute in an adult human.
Origin: brady- + Greek kardiā, heart; see cardia.
- bradˌy·carˈdic adjective
bradycardia - Medical Definition
A slowness of the heartbeat, usually under 60 beats per minute in adults. Also called brachycardia.
- bradycardic , bradˌy·carˈdi·acˌ adjective