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7 Things That Happen When Your Heart Stops Beating

Your pacemaker is malfunctioning

The sinus node, located in your heart’s upper right chamber, is a specialized group of cells that generate electrical impulses through the heart. This cluster of cells functions as your heart’s natural pacemaker; when the cells misfire, you get an arrhythmia. There is an impairment in your heart’s rhythm that interferes with the job of pumping blood and maintaining circulation.

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