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EKG & Tele Placement

EKG - VA

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When placing electrodes for tele, where should the black electrode be placed? angle of louis right above the brown lead one inch to the patient's right of the sternum
When placing electrodes for tele, where should the brown electrode be placed? fifth intercostal space one inch to the right of the sternum
When placing electrodes for tele, where should the red electrode be placed? left midaxillary line, same level as the brown electrode
When placing electrodes for tele, where should the white electrode be placed? right midaxillary line same level as the brown electrode
When placing electrodes for tele, where should the green electrode be placed? placed anywhere
For ECG placement where should V1 lead be placed? 4th intercostal space, right sternal border
For ECG placement where should V2 lead be placed? 4th intercostal space, left sternal border
For ECG placement where should V3 lead be placed? 1/2 between V2 and V4
For ECG placement where should V4 lead be placed? 5th intercostal space mid clavicular line
For ECG placement where should V5 lead be placed? 1/2 way between V4 and V6
For ECG placement where should V6 lead be placed? anterior axillary line
Created by: lydia.koo