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Adv ECG C - E Quiz

Adv ECG Glossary Quiz 2 C - E

The established pattern of rhythm set by cardiac impulse formation Cadence
Sudden death from thecessation of effective contractile activity within the heart. Lack of cardiac output from asystole or ventricular fibrillation Cardiac Arrest
Referring to changes in the rate of impulse foration within the myocardial tissue. Positive - increase in impulse formation; negative - decrease in impulse formation Chronotropic
Te delay in ventricular contraction caused by a premature beat from an ectopic focus Compensatory pause
The number of atrial contractions that occur in relation to the contraction of the ventricles Conduction ratio
A common characteristic of cardiac muscle that allows all cardiac fibers to transmit impulses, causing depolarization & contraction Conductivity
Created by: ct program