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EATExperiments in Art and Technology (New York, New York)
EATEating Among Teens (study)
EATEating Attitudes Test
EATEuropean Air Transport
EATEasy Access Travel (disabilities)
EATElite Alpha Trooper (Nerf toy)
EATElectronic Automatic Transmission (vehicles)
EATEmployment Appeals Tribunal
EATÉcole d'Architecture de Toulouse (French: School of Architecture of Toulouse; Toulouse, France)
EATEntering Air Temperature
EATElectronic Automatic Transmission
EATEngineering Analysis Tool
EATÉcole d'Analyse Transactionnelle (French: School of Transactional Analysis)
EATEmergency Action Team
EATExchange Accommodation Titleholder (reverse 1031 exchange)
EATEvangelische Akademie Tutzing (German: Tutzing Evangelical Academy; Tutzing, Germany)
EATEstate Administration Tax (Canada)
EATEasy Administration Tool (software)
EATÉpreuve d'Aptitude Technique (French: Technical Aptitude Test)
EATEn Avant La Tessoualle (French sports club)
EATEarnings After Tax
EATEhime Asahi Television (Japan)
EATEcrivains Associés du Théatre (French: Writers Associated with the Theater)
EATÉtudes de l'Alimentation Totale (French: Total Diet Studies)
EATEqual Access Tandem
EATExpected Approach Time
EATEmergency Action Termination
EATEctopic Atrial Tachycardia
EATEast Africa Time
EATExamen d'Aptitude Technique (French: Technical Aptitude Exam)
EATEarliest Available Time
EATEngineer Assessment Team (US Army)
EATErgonomics and Aerosol Technology
EATWenatchee, WA, USA - Pangborn Memorial Field (Airport Code)
EATExterior Angle Theorem
EATEnvironmental Acceptance Test (US NASA)
EATElite Assault Team (video games)
EATElectro-Absorption Transceiver
EATExecutive Action Team
EATEnd-Around Test
EATEnvironment Appropriate Tableware (Glory Team Industrial Ltd.)
EATEarliest Arriving Time
EATExternal Airlift Transport
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ATRIAL FLUTTER: Atrial flutter is an ectopic atrial tachycardia with an atrial rate of 250-350bpm.
The diagnostic electrophysiological study was done which confirmed a left sided accessory pathway or ectopic atrial tachycardia focus in all cases.
Our case illustrates the acute and long-term management of ectopic atrial tachycardia in pregnancy, the difficulty that may be encountered in controlling this type of dysrhythmia, and in this case the spontaneous resolution of the problem at time of delivery.
Electrophysiologic and pharmacologic characteristics of automatic ectopic atrial tachycardia. Circulation 1977; 56:571-5.