Electrical shock to the heart muscles or to the nerves directing the heart in the human body can disrupt the brain’s electric impulses and cause the heart to lose its rhythmic coordinated beating, which makes the chambers of the heart contract and relax at exactly the right time.
Instead of __________ where the heart flutters or begins rapid beating, the heart may be forced into __________: the muscles contract and relax very little if at all — the heart stops.
A) palpitations; fibrillation
B) palpitations; palpitations
C) fibrillation; palpitations
D) fibrillation; fibrillation
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