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EKG

EKG/Body positions

QuestionAnswer
Hypertension Stage 1 140-159/90-99
Hypertension Stage 2 >160/>100
Hypertensive Crisis >180/>110
Hypotensive <90/<60
S.O.A.P Subjective Impression, Objective Clinical Evidence, Assessment of dx, Plans for the future
P wave Depolarization of Atria
PR Interval (0.12-0.2) Time taken for SA node to fire
QRS (0.04-0.10) time for vertical to depolarization
Rhythms origination in the Sinus node Regular sinus rhythm, bradycardia, tachycardia, arrythmia
Sims Position Pt lies of Left side with Right leg sharply bent and knee on table
Knee Chest Position Pt rests on knees and chest with head turned to one side
Prone face down
Fowlers position head of table 90 degree angle up
Supine Face up
Trendelenburg supine bottom of table is elevated to 30 degrees
Dorsal Recumbent face up with knee's bent
A-Fib with Rapid ventricular No P wave, Irregular rhythm
Created by: Vardanega