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Electrodiagrams quiz notes

QuestionAnswer
S1 heart sound sound of AV valves closing
murmur abnormal heart sound
holter monitoring of occasional heart irregularites
voltage represented as vertical axis
P wave atrial contraction
S2 heart sound sound of semilunar valves closing
T wave resting of ventricles
Echocardiogram and cardiac doppler study of heart structures and vlood flow
QRS complex ventricle contraction
Which one would you likely see with acute hypoxia sinus tachycardia
Which rhythym will you see with chronic hypoxia sinus bradycardia
Created by: TnJFarrington12