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ECG Basics An introduction to the 12 lead ECG - Lisa G. Smith, R.N., MSN/ED NUR 2242 * Clinical: occurs in MI, CAD, Cardiomyopathy HR not measurable Pt. will be unconscious at this point Absence of pulse, apnea, pt PowerPoint PPT presentation free to view. Blood Interpretation - This session has provided you with a practical method of

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Ekg presentation 1. The Basic Interpretati on of EKG Waveforms, Arrhythmia s, and Dysrhythmi as 2. Two things to remember 1. An EKG measures the ELECTRICAL activity of the heart, not actual movement. 2. …

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Ekg powerpoint 1. Electrocardiograms and You Basic Cardiac Anatomy and Physiology and Overview of EKG use and Strip Reading SPC Hauffe, Ian A.K., EMT-P, LPN 2. Willem Einthoven 3. Einthoven’s Triangle 4. …

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23. student led tutorials Appendix 2 – Rhythm 23 Method: 1. Grab a piece of paper 2. Line it up horizontally across ECG lead 2 tracing 3. Make sure you can see the tips of each R wave 4. Make a vertical mark on the paper for the first 2 …

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In the normal ECG the T wave is always upright in leads I, II, V3-6, and always inverted in lead aVR. Location: follows ST segment. Shape: Upright in most leads, usually same direction as QRS complex, round + asymmetrical. Normal to have isolated inversion of …

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EKG Basics.ppt [Read-Only] EKG Basics Ben Taylor, PhD, PA-C P waves only in V 3-6 ST elevation in R-sided leads Biphasic T waves ST segment elevation greater in lead III than II Inferior wall MI Right Ventricular MI Right Ventricular MI Criteria • Inferior wall MI • ST segment elevation greater in lead III than II

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normal ECG Cardiac Conduction System Conduction picture courtesy of New Mexico Heart Institute One small box = .04 seconds One large box = .20 seconds Anatomy and the ECG The P wave = atrial activation (SA node to AV node). The PR interval = onset of atrial activation to onset of ventricular activation.

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Free Download EKG Interpretation PowerPoint Presentation. Mr. Michael A. Irizarry, MSN, RN Jersey College, Ewing, NJ 2020 Basic EKG Interpretation

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Basics of EKG Interpretation Arnold Seto, MD, MPA Chief of Cardiology Long Beach VA Medical Center f Outline 1. Review of the conduction system 2. QRS breakdown 3. Rate 4. Axis 5. Rhythms fThe Normal Conduction System fWaveforms and Intervals f EKG Leads The standard EKG has 12 leads: 3 Standard Limb Leads 3 Augmented Limb Leads 6 Precordial …

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Microsoft PowerPoint - CAR-205 Basic 12 lead EKG v4.ppt Author: ffe39879 Created Date: 11/10/2010 11:19:33 AM

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Interpretation of ECG: Rhythm Normal heart rhythm has consistent R-R interval. Mild variations due to breathing also normal.

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16. EKG Leads which measure the difference in electrical potential between two points 1. Bipolar Leads: Two different points on the body 2. Unipolar Leads: One point on the body and a virtual reference point with zero electrical potential, located in the center of the heart.

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What are the basics of ekg?

EKG Basics.ppt [Read-Only] EKG Basics Ben Taylor, PhD, PA-C P waves only in V 3-6 ST elevation in R-sided leads Biphasic T waves ST segment elevation greater in lead III than II Inferior wall MI Right Ventricular MI Right Ventricular MI Criteria •  Inferior wall MI •  ST segment elevation greater in lead III than II

What is the j point of the ekg?

•  The J point is at the end of Ventricular depolarization •  An essential landmark for measuring QRS duration J-Point Recording the EKG •  Recorded on ruled (graph) paper •  Smallest divisions are 1 millimeter(mm) long and 1 mm high •  Time – Horizontal axis represents time – Each small block is .04 seconds

What should you look for before you look at the ecg?

Before you look at the ECG: Indication - Muscle thickness, QT, arrhythmia - Chamber size and its complications

What are the different leads on an ecg?

ECG Limb Leads ECG Augmented Limb Leads ECG Precordial Leads Standard 12-Lead ECG Each lead provides a different electrical angle or picture of the heart. Anterior part of heart by looking at V1 – V4.

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