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ECG Review for practical 1: For the practical you will be required to provide an answer for each ECG that includes the name of the ECG, what is the disorder, why it is abnormal, and give the rate when required. Be specific. Don’t overwrite with excess unnecessary information.

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    1. ECG Review for practical 1: For the practical you will be required to provide an answer for each ECG that includes the name of the ECG, what is the disorder, why it is abnormal, and give the rate when required.Be specific. Don’t overwrite with excess unnecessary information. We will review in class on _______.Until then go through these slides and fill in the needed information via your notes. If you do not have this filled out you will not be allowed to stay for the review.

    2. RATE

    3. Normal Sinus Rhythm In this example, the heart rate is 68 beats · min–1.

    4. Sinus Bradycardia

    5. Sinus Tachycardia In this example, the heart rate is 136 beats · min–1.

    6. See Figure 11.3, Page 120 for reference Myocardial Infarction Reprinted, by permission, from E. Stein, 1992, Rapid analysis of electrocardiograms, 2nd ed. (Philadelphia, PA: Lea & Febiger), 150. Note the Q wave may be the only remaining evidence of the MI

    7. Significant Q Wave

    8. ST Elevation

    9. Sinus Pause

    10. Premature Atrial Contraction Biphasic P wave in this case.

    11. PAC • Blocked or non-conducted PAC. AV node is still in the refractory period. *= ectopic focus

    12. Junctional Premature Complexes Inverted P wave in this case

    13. Junctional Premature Complex or PJC

    14. ATRIAL FLUTTER

    15. Rate

    16. Atrial Fibrillation

    17. Horizontal and Downsloping ST Depression

    18. Upsloping ST Depression

    19. T-Wave Inversion

    20. T wave inversion

    21. First Degree AV Block

    22. First-Degree AV Block – pg. 61

    23. Second Degree Type I AV Block

    24. Second Degree Type II AV Block

    25. Third Degree AV Block

    26. Ventricular Tachycardia

    27. Runs of Ventricular Tachycardia

    28. Torsades de pointes

    29. PVCs

    30. Multiform Couplet

    31. Bigeminy

    32. Trigeminy

    33. Ventricular Fibrillation (Pg. 50-51)

    34. Idioventricular Escape Rhythm

    35. Asystole

    36. Agonal Rhythm