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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or exhibiting tachycardia


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  • We review the facts, how he had been inexplicably tachycardic for at least a day.

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  • DUMIRE: He was beating about 160 beats per minute, which is what we call -- and it was -- he was still stable, but he was in a ventricular tachycardic type of rhythm.

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  • The obvious draw to the band is its dueling guitar assault and tachycardic drum work.


  • Morrison's tachycardic pacing hums along at about 40 bpms faster than the visual storytelling, creating the sensation that one is reading the story in a side-view mirror (where, as you know, things are bigger than they appear).

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  • Lack of a tachycardic response to hypotension with ruptured ectopic pregnancy. Top EMS News

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