Which cardiac dysrhythmia is bert most likely experiencing?
Commonly occurs in heart failure. Multiple areas in the atria initiate rapid, irregular stimuli, which results in the inability to see clear P waves on the ECG recording. Some, but not all, of these electrical impulses travel through the AV node, causing an irregular ventricular response. This appears as irregular QRS complexes on the ECG recording and manifests as an irregular pulse rhythm when assessing the client.