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The heart rate is 60-100 Normal Sinus Rhythm
The heart rate is below 60 Bradycardia
The heart rate is above 100 Tachycardia
The heart rate is 20-40 Junctional
The heart rate is above 160 Superventricular Tachy
P-wave is normal then gets longer-longer-then drops the QRS 2nd degree Type 1 Mobitz Wenckeback
Always a P-wave-The QRS is there then not there regularly.(pacemaker needed) 2nd degree Type 2 Mobitz
No regularity. Where the P wave and QRS fall. 3rd degree AV Block
Saw Teeth Atrial Flutter
Irregularly irregular No P-waves. QRS complex is less than 0.12 sec. Atrial Flutter
A Spike before the QRS means: Artificial Pacemaker
PAC stands for: Premature Atrial Contractions
PVC stands for: Premature Ventricular Contractions (very wide and ugly)
PJC stands for: Premature Junctional Contractions
When one QRS is going up and one going down is: Multifocal
When both QRS goes up or down is: Unifocal
What is it called when QRS is side by side Cuplet
More than 3 QRS together is: A Run of Vtach
DO NOT SHOCK! No electrical activity. Asystole
QRS get little and long. "Twisting of Points" Torsades de Pointes
QRS has a "notch" may indicate a Bundle Branch Block
Cant have a Sinus Rhythm without a: P-wave
P-wave is: Atrial Polarization
QRS is: Ventricular Depolarization
T-wave is: Ventricular Repolarization
4 types of Atrial Rhythms 1.Atrial Flutter 2.Atrial Fibrillation 3.Supraventricular Tachycardia 4.Atrial Tachycardia
6 types of Ventricular Rhythms 1.Premature Ventricular Contraction 2.Ventricular Tachycardia 3.Torsade de Pointes 4. Ventricular Fibrillation 5. Asystole 6. Pulseless Electrical Activity
QRS is wide and fast. With or without a pulse Ventricular Tachycardia
Not common. QRS gets little and long Torsades de Pointes
Ventricles quivering.Pt. not breathing or have a pulse Ventricular Fibrillation
DO NOT SHOCK! Pay attention if no pulse. Look like normal rhythm. Heart has electrical activity,pt has no pulse PEA-Pulseless Electrical Activity
Created by: morales030508