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A) A patient has an ECG reading done. The ECG shows P waves in a normal rhythm.
A) A patient has an ECG reading done. The ECG shows P waves in a normal rhythm.However, the QRS and T waves occur regularly but at a significantly slower rate, independent of the P wave rhythm Given your answer above, explain the pathophysiology responsible for this abnormal ECG.