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Nwscc ecg rates

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QuestionAnswer
What is the Rate of a Sinus Rhythm? 60-100 beats/min
What is the rate of Sinus Bradycardia? Less than 60 beats/min
What is the rate of Sinus Tachycardia 101-180 beats/min
what is the rate of Sinus arrhythmia? usually 60-100 beats/min
What is the rate of SA Block? Varies
What is the Rate of Sinus Arrest? Varies
What is the rate of a PACs1 Usually within normal range, but depends of underlying rhythm.1
What is the rate for a Wandering Atrial Pacemaker? Usually 60-100 beats/min. If rate is greater than 100 beats/min is called multifocal atrial Tachycardia
What is Rate for SVT? 150-250 beats/min
What is the Rate for Atrial Flutter? atrial rate 250-400 beats/min. typically 300 beats/min. ventricular rate variable.
What is the Rate for Atrial Fibrillation? Atrial rate 400-600 beats/min. ventricular rate variable.
What is the Rate for WPW? 60-100 beats/min. if the underlying rhythm is sinus in origin.
What is the rate for PJC's?2 Usually within normal range, but depends on underlying rhythm2
What is the rate for Junctional Escape Beat? Usually within normal range, but depends on underlying rhythm
What is the rate for Junctional escape Rhythm 40-60 beats/min
What is the Rate for Accelerated Junctional Rhythm? 61-100 beats/min
What is the Rate for Junctional Tachycardia? 101-180 beats/min
What is the rate for PVC's?3 Usually within normal range, but depends on the underlying rhythm.3
What is the rate for a Ventricular Escape Beat?4 Usually within normal range, but depends on underlying rhythm 4
What is the Rate of an Idiovenricular Rhythm (IVR) 20-40 beats/min
What is the rate of an Accelerated Idioventricular Rhythm? 41-100 beats/min
What is the Rate for Monomorphic Ventricular Tachycardia 101-250 beats/min
What is the Rate for Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia? 150-300 beats/min
What is the rate of Ventricular Fibrillation? Not discernable
What is the rate of Asystole? None
What is the Rate for a First Degree Block?5 Usually within normal range, but depends on underlying rhythm.5
What is the Rate for a Second Degree Type I? Atrial Rate greater than ventricular rate: both often within normal limits.
What is the Rate for a Second Degree Type II? Atrial Rate Greater than Ventricular rate; ventricular rate often slow
What is the Rate of Second Degree 2:1 Conduction? atrial rate greater than ventricular rate.
What is the Rate for a Third Degree (complete) Block? atrial rate greater than ventricular rate, ventricular rate deturmined by origin of escape rhythm
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