Asystole is a terminal rhythm.
Asystole is cardiac standstill with no cardiac output and no ventricular depolarization; it eventually occurs in all dying patients.
A precursor to asystole may be pulseless electrical activity (PEA), which is when the heart still has electrical activity, but does not have mechanical capture.
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