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# Nwscc ecg rates

### all Ecg rates

Question | Answer |
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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 |