Atrial fibrillation refers to a disorder that upsets the heart's rhythm, which may cause it to not pump enough blood to meet the body's needs. A normal heart contracts and relaxes to a regular beat. In Atrial fibrillation, the heart contracts at a very irregular and sometimes very rapid rate, which results in an irregular heart rhythm.

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