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nwscc ecg QRS

QRS intervals

QuestionAnswer
Sinus Rhythm QRS 1) 0.10 sec or less unless abnormally conducted.
Sinus Bradycardia QRS 2) 0.10 sec or less unless abnormally conducted.
Sinus Tachycardia QRS 3) 0.10 sec or less unless abnormally conducted.
Sinus Arrhythmia QRS 4) 0.10 sec or less unless abnormally conducted.
SA Block QRS 5) 0.10 sec or less unless abnormally conducted.
Sinus Arrest QRS 6) 0.10 sec or less unless abnormally conducted.
PAC'S QRS 7) 0.10 sec or less unless abnormally conducted.
Wandering Atrial Pacemaker QRS 8) 0.10 sec or less unless abnormally conducted.
Atrial Flutter QRS 9) 0.10 sec or less unless abnormally conducted.
Atrial Fibrillation QRS 10) 0.10 sec or less unless abnormally conducted.
WPW WOLF- PARKINSON-WHITE QRS usually greater than 0.12 sec. Delta wave may be seen in one or more leads
PJC's QRS 1) Usually 0.10 sec or less unless it is aberrantly conducted or an intraventricular conduction delay exist
Junctional Escape Beat QRS 2) Usually 0.10 sec or less unless it is aberrantly conducted or an intraventricular conduction delay exist
Junctional Escape Rhythm QRS 3) Usually 0.10 sec or less unless it is aberrantly conducted or an intraventricular conduction delay exist
Accelerated Junctional Rhythm QRS 4) Usually 0.10 sec or less unless it is aberrantly conducted or an intraventricular conduction delay exist
Junctional Tachycardia QRS 5) Usually 0.10 sec or less unless it is aberrantly conducted or an intraventricular conduction delay exist
PVC'S QRS 1) 0.12 sec or greater
Ventricular Escape Beat QRS 2) 0.12 sec or greater
Idioventricular Rhythm QRS 3) 0.12 sec or greater
Accelerated Idioventricular Rhythm 4) 0.12 sec or greater
Monoporphic Ventricular Tachycardia QRS 5) 0.12 sec or greater
Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia QRS 6) 0.12 sec or greater
Ventricular Fibrillation QRS not discernible
Asystole Absent
First Degree Block QRS Usually 0.10 sec or less unless intraventricular conduction delay exist @
Second Degree Block Type I QRS Usually 0.10 sec or less unless intraventricular conduction delay exist %
Second Degree Block Type II QRS Usually Greater than 0.10 sec, Periodically absent after p-waves
Second Degree Block 2:1 Conduction QRS Within normal limits if block is above bundle of his.(probably type I) wide if block is below bundle of his (probably type II) absent after every other p-wave
Third Degree Block (Complete Block) QRS narrow or wide depending on location of escape pacemaker and condition of intraventricular conduction system
Created by: spreadthewordmin