Script from the year 2018 in the subject Medicine - General, grade: A, , course: PHARM.D, language: English, abstract: Supra Ventricular Tachycardia refers to rapid rhythm of heart for a reason other than exercise, high fever and stress. This kind of faster heart beats originates and is sustained in atrial or atrioventricular nodal tissue, and then transmits improper electrical activity from the upper part of the heart through the bundle of His and cause a rapid ventricular response. They may start either from the atria and atrioventricular node. The heart beats in a normal healthy individual will be at least a 100 beats per minute but in SVT there may be a heartbeat reaches upto 300 beats per minute. Generally, many persons with these tachyarrhythmias have structurally normal hearts . SVT may start and stop quickly, and you may not have symptoms. SVT becomes very complicate when it happens often and lasts for a long time or causes its symptoms.
Dr. Sagar Pamu, Pharm.D (P.B), Working as Assitant Professor at School of Pharmacy-GNITC, R.R District. He has a total of 6 years experience in teaching the Pharm.D students in which he dealt with different subjects such as Pharmacotherapeutics, Pharmacology, Hospital Pharmacy, Clinical Pharmacy, Toxicology and Anatomy & Physiology. He has 14 various International Journal Publications and 4 Book Publications.