In many patients, cardiac arrhythmia is not permanent. An ECG may be perfectly normal when a patient goes to the office, but may show an arrhythmia as the patient leaves the office and during daily life. Sometimes it may be necessary to check the patient's ECG for a long time to determine the severity and importance of the arrhythmia or how it relates to the patient's symptoms.
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