Can heart rhythm disorders cause hypokinesia?

Can heart rhythm disorders cause hypokinesia?

Hypokinesia is decreased movement (contraction) of a region (regional wall motion abnormality) or whole of the heart (global hypokinesia). Persistently fast heart rhythms can cause weakness of the heart muscle (tachycardiomyopathy) which can manifest as global hypokinesia. It improves gradually once the heart rate is controlled either by antiarrhythmic medication (drugs to correct heart rhythm disorders) or by a procedure known as radiofrequency catheter ablation (procedure in which small electrodes are introduced into the heart to give radiofrequency electrical currents to regions producing abnormal heart rhythms to stop their genesis).