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One of the most common arrhythmias is a sinus arrhythmia and involves a heart rate change with inspiration/expiration, especially in younger people.
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Post-exercise transient sinus arrhythmia has no clinical significance unless it is an Inappropriate Sinus Tachycardia (IST).
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