Paediatric Cardiology for General Paediatricians. Dr Talal Farha Consultant Paediatrician SpR Regional Teaching Taunton 22 Jan 2008. Essentials in looking at an ECG. Rhythm (sinus….nonsinus). Rate, Atrial and ventricular rates. QRS axis, T axis, QRS-T angle. Intervals: PR. QRS, and QT.
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Dr Talal Farha
SpR Regional Teaching
Taunton 22 Jan 2008
Rate, Atrial and ventricular rates.
QRS axis, T axis, QRS-T angle
Intervals: PR. QRS, and QT
P wave amplitude and duration
QRS amplitude and R/S ratio
St- Segment and T wave abnormalities
Formed by the QRS axis and the T axis
QRS-T angle >60 degrees is unusual but if > 90 degrees, it is abnormal.
Abnormally wide angle, with T axis outside the normal quadrant is seen in
- severe ventricular hypertrophy with starin
- Ventricular conduction disturbances
- Myocardial dysfunction of a metabolic or ischemic nature.
premonitory signs and symptoms of imminent syncope occur; dizziness with or without blackout, pallor, diaphoresis, thready pulse and low BP
Absent or inadequate upright position response, Hypotension without increased HR
Examination, CXR, ECG, Echo
See Handouts, statistical list of potential risks