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What is the rate of normal sinus rhythm?
What is the rate of sinus tachycardia?
What is an EKG that has a normal P QRS T but is slightly irregular?
What is a normal EKG but with a pause over at least 2 beats?
What is it called when every P looks different (some are absent, some are upright, and some are inverted)?
wandering atrial pacemaker
What is it called when there is a P that is too close to a T?
PAC- premature atrial complex
What is it called when the QRS complex looks normal, the rate is 150-250 bpm, and the P and T are often the same "mountain"? The rate is usually above what?
atrial tachycardia or SVT (supraventricular tachycardia) (SVT is over 170 bpm)
What is it called when you have flutter waves?
What is it called when is no normal P or T wave? Are the QRS complexes usually regular or irregular? (the same distance apart?
irregular QRS waves
What is it called when you have a normal sinus rhythm and all of a sudden a QRS complex comes early with NO P wave?
PJC (premature juctional complex)
WHat is it called when P waves are consistently inverted or absent? What are the rates?
Junctional escape rhythm (40-60 bpm)
accelerated junctional escape rhythm (60-100 bpm)
Junctional tachycardia (100+)
What is it called when you have a normal sinus rhythm and all of a sudden there is a wide bizarre QRS complex?
PVC- premature ventricular complex
WHat is it called when you have QRS complexes that are very wide and bizarre but are evenly spaced? What part of the P QRS T are they missing? What are the rates?
20-40 idioventricular rhythm
40-100 accelerated idioventricular rhythm
What is it called when you have idioventricular rhythm above 100 bpm?
WHat is it called when you have consistently long PR intervals?
1st degree heart block
What is it called when you have longer, longer, longer drop?
2nd degree heart block type 1
What is it called when the PR interval is consistent with every QRS complex but there are some missing QRS complexes?
2nd degree heart block type II
What is it called when there are no consistent PR intervals but the QRS complexes are regular and the PR intervals are regular?
3rd degree heart block
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