Idiopathic neonatal atrial flutter
Idiopathic neonatal atrial flutter (AFL) is a rare rhythm disorder characterized by sustained tachycardia in newborns and infants with an atrial rate often at around 440 beats/minute (range 340-580). AFL may manifest as asymptomatic tachycardia congestive heart failure or hydrops.
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