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an egg diagram is shown in black and white with the words egg interpretation flow chart
Maybe I can actually interpret an EKG now..
Atrial flutter - saw tooth pattern (flutter waves)    from:  Acute Management of Atrial Fibrillation: Part I. Rate and Rhythm Control - July 15, 2002 - American Family Physician Waves, Atrial Flutter, Atrial Fibrillation, Beta Blockers, Myocardial Infarction, Rhythms, Sinusitis, Diagnosis, Control
Acute Management of Atrial Fibrillation: Part I. Rate and Rhythm Control
Atrial flutter - saw tooth pattern (flutter waves) from: Acute Management of Atrial Fibrillation: Part I. Rate and Rhythm Control - July 15, 2002 - American Family Physician
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Right Bundle Branch Block
In atrial fibrillation, the atria's electrical signals are very rapid and erratic; the atria don't contract and there is no p wave. Without a coordinated signal to guide them, the ventricles contract at a rapid rate in an irregular rhythm Vascular Disease, Disease, Cardiovascular, Prevention, Health Economics, Health Articles
Atrial fibrillation: Common, serious, treatable - Harvard Health
In atrial fibrillation, the atria's electrical signals are very rapid and erratic; the atria don't contract and there is no p wave. Without a coordinated signal to guide them, the ventricles contract at a rapid rate in an irregular rhythm
Left atrial tachycardia Cardio, Ventricular Tachycardia, Acls Study, Emergency Medical, Respiratory Therapy, Medical Science
New Human Physiology Ch 11
Left atrial tachycardia
an image of the heart and ventricular fibritations in different stages
New Human Physiology Ch 11
left atrial fibrillation
an ectopic beat is shown in this diagram
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Atrial and ventricular ectopic beats
Ventricular defibrillation
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Ventricular defibrillation
Four atrio-ventricular block Nurse Humour, Nurse, Nurse Humor, Icu Nursing, Nurse Life, Tips, Kropp
New Human Physiology Ch 11
Four atrio-ventricular block
left ventricular hypertrophy Medical Education, Medical Information
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left ventricular hypertrophy
an image of the heart with ect and normal blood pressures in each side
New Human Physiology Ch 11
WPW syndrome
an ectopic beat is shown in this diagram
New Human Physiology Ch 11
Atrial and ventricular ectopic beats
an ectomgram showing the stages of st - severation and how to measure it
Myocardial Infarction
Myocardial Infarction - ECGpedia
the graphs show different types of heartbeats
Hypokalemia - symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment
Hypokalemia "U waves" vs Hyperkalemia "sine waves"
ST elevation myocardial infarction - image taken from wikipedia Blood Pressure Chart, Respiratory, Blood Pressure Symptoms
ECG EKG Interpretation basics how to read MI myocardial infarction angina AF atrial fibrillation ST elevation depression
ST elevation myocardial infarction - image taken from wikipedia
Basic ECG Rhythm Strips Ecg Rhythms, Acls Study Guide
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Basic ECG Rhythm Strips
01- Read ECGs Like An Expert - INTERMEDIATE EKG Interpretation Medical Tech, Nursing Information, School Of Medicine
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01- Read ECGs Like An Expert - INTERMEDIATE EKG Interpretation
Atrial Pacemaker
Atrial Pacemaker
the vertical asystole stand still chart shows that there are several different types of waves
Ventricular Asystole
First Degree AV Block The normal PR interval (PRI) is 0.12 - 0.20 sec, or 120 -to- 200 ms. 1st degree AV block is defined by PR intervals greater than 200 ms. This may be caused by drugs, such as digoxin; excessive vagal tone; ischemia; or intrinsic disease in the AV junction or bundle branch system. Physical Therapy, Health Education
First Degree AV Block The normal PR interval (PRI) is 0.12 - 0.20 sec, or 120 -to- 200 ms. 1st degree AV block is defined by PR intervals greater than 200 ms. This may be caused by drugs, such as digoxin; excessive vagal tone; ischemia; or intrinsic disease in the AV junction or bundle branch system.
R-on-T Wave System, Circulatory System, Medical Oddities, Oddities, Heart Rhythms, Wave
R-on-T Wave
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Classic Wenckiback
Accelerated Ideoventricular Rhythm Rate: Atrial not discernable, ventricular 40-100 beats/minute Rhythm: Ventricular rate regular, atrial rate not discernable P waves: Absent PRI: None QRS: > .12 Zero, Study, Education, Study Notes, Step, Notes
Accelerated Ideoventricular Rhythm Rate: Atrial not discernable, ventricular 40-100 beats/minute Rhythm: Ventricular rate regular, atrial rate not discernable P waves: Absent PRI: None QRS: > .12
Multifocal PVC'S Telemetry, Ekg Rhythms, Matt
Multifocal PVC'S
the heart rate chart for an individual with different types of heartbeats and their corresponding functions
Ventricular Fibrillation Ventricular Fibrillation (VF) Rate: rapid and disorganized Rhythm: irregular and chaotic P Wave: absent but can be recognizable PRI: not measurable QRS: fibrillatory waves; wide irregular oscillations of the baseline.
Trigeminal PVC'S. Pediatrics, Medical Coding, Nursing Ceu
Trigeminal PVC'S.
Coupled PVC's Occur In Pairs Internal Medicine, Fundamentals Of Nursing
Coupled PVC's Occur In Pairs
Junctional Rhythm Human Body Education, Continuing Education For Nurses, Paramedic School
Junctional Rhythm
Bigeminal PVC's - Every 2nd beat Emergency Medicine
Bigeminal PVC's - Every 2nd beat
Ideoventricular Rhytm Pharmacology Nursing
Ideoventricular Rhytm
Premature Junctional Complexes (PJC's)
Premature Junctional Complexes (PJC's)
Atrial Fibrillation Rate: Atrial rate usually > 400, Ventricular rate variable Rhythm: Atrial and ventricular very irregular  P waves: No identifiable P waves, Erratic, wavy baseline PRI: None QRS: Usually <.10 Rapid impulses originating in multiple sites in the atria cause the atrium itself to "quiver". This is ineffective in allowing for an effective atrial kick. The AV node protects the patient from having too high a ventricular response, and blocks the majority of the impulses.
Atrial Fibrillation Rate: Atrial rate usually > 400, Ventricular rate variable Rhythm: Atrial and ventricular very irregular P waves: No identifiable P waves, Erratic, wavy baseline PRI: None QRS: Usually <.10 Rapid impulses originating in multiple sites in the atria cause the atrium itself to "quiver". This is ineffective in allowing for an effective atrial kick. The AV node protects the patient from having too high a ventricular response, and blocks the majority of the impulses.
Sinus Tachycardia Bern, Phlebotomy
Sinus Tachycardia
Sinus Arrhythmia Kidney Disease
Sinus Arrhythmia
Sinus Arrest Rate: Usually 60-100 beats/min but may be either faster or slower Rhythm: Irregular The SA node initiates and impulse, but the impulse is blocked before leaving the node itself. This results in an absent PQRST complex. In sinus arrest, the pause is not a multiple of other P-P interval and can be due to multiple problems. Treatment may include Atropine or a pacemaker if symptomatic. Gastroenterology
Sinus Arrest Rate: Usually 60-100 beats/min but may be either faster or slower Rhythm: Irregular The SA node initiates and impulse, but the impulse is blocked before leaving the node itself. This results in an absent PQRST complex. In sinus arrest, the pause is not a multiple of other P-P interval and can be due to multiple problems. Treatment may include Atropine or a pacemaker if symptomatic.
Normal Sinus Rhythm Med Surg Nursing
Normal Sinus Rhythm
Premature Atrial Contraction Acute Nursing
Premature Atrial Contraction
Sinus Bradycardia Dysautonomia
Sinus Bradycardia
Wandering Atrial Pacemaker  Rate: Could be fast or slow depending upon the cause Rhythm: Irregular because the stimulus originates in different sites P waves: May look different in the same lead QRS: duration is usually normal (0.10 seconds or less) Ambulance
Wandering Atrial Pacemaker Rate: Could be fast or slow depending upon the cause Rhythm: Irregular because the stimulus originates in different sites P waves: May look different in the same lead QRS: duration is usually normal (0.10 seconds or less)
Atrial Flutter - 12 Lead EKG  Rate: Atrial rate 250-350/ min Rhythm: Atrial rhythm regular, Ventricular rhythm regular, may be irregular. If AV node blocks same # of impulses, & only allows a certain amt of impulses to be conducted to ventricles, ventricular rate will be constant (such as 3:1 or 4:1). P waves: Saw-toothed, "flutter waves buried in QRS complex PRI: Not measurable QRS: Usually <. 10 but may be widened if flutter waves buried in QRS complex Qrs Complex, Med Surg, P Wave
Atrial Flutter - 12 Lead EKG Rate: Atrial rate 250-350/ min Rhythm: Atrial rhythm regular, Ventricular rhythm regular, may be irregular. If AV node blocks same # of impulses, & only allows a certain amt of impulses to be conducted to ventricles, ventricular rate will be constant (such as 3:1 or 4:1). P waves: Saw-toothed, "flutter waves buried in QRS complex PRI: Not measurable QRS: Usually <. 10 but may be widened if flutter waves buried in QRS complex
There is complete heart block that none of the impulses from above are conducted to the ventricles The atria & the ventricles are controlled independently by separate pacemakers P Waves are NOT married to QRS The level of complete block is High, when AV node takes control of ventricles. QRS will therefore be narrow & junctional rate is between 40-60. If level of block is Low, a ventricular pacemaker will control the ventricles. QRS will therefore be wide & rate is slower. Nursing Education
There is complete heart block that none of the impulses from above are conducted to the ventricles The atria & the ventricles are controlled independently by separate pacemakers P Waves are NOT married to QRS The level of complete block is High, when AV node takes control of ventricles. QRS will therefore be narrow & junctional rate is between 40-60. If level of block is Low, a ventricular pacemaker will control the ventricles. QRS will therefore be wide & rate is slower.
Accelerated Junctional Rhythm
Accelerated Junctional Rhythm
Atrial Tachycardia with Variable AV Block Pathology
Atrial Tachycardia with Variable AV Block
Types Of Atrio - Ventricular Heart Blocks ◬
Types Of Atrio - Ventricular Heart Blocks - Health Insurance Quotes
Types Of Atrio - Ventricular Heart Blocks ◬
Clinical finding associated with hypokalemia are  1. Muscle weakness (changes in K+ membrane potential)    2. The appearance of U waves on the ECG  Hypokalemia Clinical Findings-normal_ecg.gif    3. Polyuria (due to refractoriness of collecting tubules to ADH)    4. Rhabdomyoloysis: Hypokalemia decreases insulin release, decreasing skeletal muscle glycogen synthesis and predisposing to rhabdomyolysis. Art, Student Motivation, Student, Hearts
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Clinical finding associated with hypokalemia are 1. Muscle weakness (changes in K+ membrane potential) 2. The appearance of U waves on the ECG Hypokalemia Clinical Findings-normal_ecg.gif 3. Polyuria (due to refractoriness of collecting tubules to ADH) 4. Rhabdomyoloysis: Hypokalemia decreases insulin release, decreasing skeletal muscle glycogen synthesis and predisposing to rhabdomyolysis.
an image of two heart valves with normal and non - ventrical pathways in them
Atrial Fibrillation Causes, Diagnosis And Treatment - Doctor Tipster
Atrial fibrillation
EKG strips for the NCLEX & beginners Telemetry Nursing
NCLEX Tutor: EKG strips for the NCLEX & beginners
EKG strips for the NCLEX & beginners