ventricular fibrillation

German: Herzkammerflimmern
Japanese: 心室細動

Cardiology. A disorganised, rapid and uncoordinated contraction of the ventricular muscle that fails to effectively eject blood from the ventricle into the body. It results in death if is not terminated immediately by delivery of shock with a defibrillator.

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