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Abnormal ECG Reading

Most common abnomal cardiac conditions

QuestionAnswer
Inverted P-wave before and after QRS Junctional Escape Rhythm, Atrial Standstill, Atrial Pause
No P-wave Agonal Rhythm
Sharp Q Acute MI
Prolonged PR Interval First Degree Heart Block
Prolonged PR Interval, No QRS Second Degree Heart Block, Mobitz Type 1, Wenckeback
P on P Phenomenon Second Degree Heart Block
Shortened PR with Tall T and Early QRS Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome
Elevated QRS Cor Pulmonale
Depressed QRS CHF
Inverted T Myocardial Ischemia, Angina Pectoris
Tall T Hyperkalemia, Addison's Disease, Metabolic Acidosis, Posterior Wall Infarct
Acute ST Elevation Acute MI
Chronic ST Elevation Left Ventricular Aneurysm
ST Elevation Hypothermia
ST Depression Cardiac Exertional Insufficiency, Posterior Wall Infarct
ST Depression with U Hypokalemia, Conn's Disease, Cushing's Syndrome, Metabolic Alkalosis
Created by: dodgers846