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electro cardio


what does a interatrial septum do? separates the right and left atria
what does interventricular septum do? seperates the right and left ventricles.
what is the heart surrounded by? pericardium
what is the atria purpose? their purpose is to receive blood
what is an atrial kick the extra blood from the atrial contraction.
each ventricle holds about? 150 ml
what is a stroke volume is the amount blood ejected from the ventricle heart beat.
What is the diagnosis of the FLB (funny-looking-beat) in this Lead V1 ECG rhythm strip? It’s a PAC with RBBB aberration
In this V1 rhythm strip, what does the ‘F’ imply? ‘F’ is for “fusion beat”; i.e. the fusion of a left ventricular PVC with the sinus initiated QRS complex.
In this V1 rhythm strip look at the wide QRS rhythm. Why do the RR intervals vary? This is a ventricular tachycardia with intermittent 2:1 exit block
In this V1 rhythm strip there are 4 FLB’s (Funny-looking-beats) in addition to the normal sinus beats. What are they? The first FLB is a late onset PVC, and the other three are fusion beats
In this V1 rhythm strip, what degree of AV block (if any) is present? 2nd degree AV block
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