What Does Pulseless Electrical Activity Look like?


Pulseless Electrical Activity is a condition where the pulse is not detected even when using the electrocardiogram. It comes in different forms such as, Sinus Rhythm, tachycardia, and bradycardia. Usually it has an underlying cause that can be treated.
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