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EKG terms

EKG termsAnswer
P wave produced when signal from SA node spreads through ATRIA and DEPOLARIZES them. Atria systole begins after P wave in P-Q segment
QRS complex marks firing of AV node and onset of VENTRICULAR DEPOLARIZATION
T-wave generated by VENTRICULAR REPOLARIZATION immediately before ventricular diastole
PQ segment atrial systole
ST segment ventricular systole
What repolarization takes place in QRS? atrial repolarization
mechanical event (muscle contraction) follows electrical event (action potential)
Created by: chellebelle2975