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Electrocardiograph
endocardium
myocardium
epicardium
mitral valve
innermost layer of the heart lines the insides of the heart m…
middle and thickest layer of the heart responsible for contra…
visceral pericardium outermost layer of the heart
seperates the left atrium from the left ventricle
endocardium
innermost layer of the heart lines the insides of the heart m…
myocardium
middle and thickest layer of the heart responsible for contra…
Electrocardiograph
what is the sequence of conduction vel…
what is the sequence of the depolariza…
what is the sequence of electrical and…
what are the ranks in the conduction s…
SA Node, Atrial tissue, AV Node, Bundle of His, Bundle Branch…
Right to left and then anterior to posterior is how the depol…
The SA node signals the atria to contract( that is why it is…
SA Node: paces at 60-100 bpm... Atrial tissue: 60-80 bpm... AV Node…
what is the sequence of conduction vel…
SA Node, Atrial tissue, AV Node, Bundle of His, Bundle Branch…
what is the sequence of the depolariza…
Right to left and then anterior to posterior is how the depol…
25 terms
Electrocardiograph
brady-
tachy-
pulsation
amplitude
slow
fast
rhythmic beating
strength of a heartbeat measured in millivolts
brady-
slow
tachy-
fast
25 terms
electrocardiograph
brady-
tachy-
pulsation
amplitude
slow
fast
rhythmic beating
strength of heartbeat measured in millivolts (MV)
brady-
slow
tachy-
fast
25 terms
Electrocardiograph
Arrhythmia
Artifacts
Atrial depolarization
Augmented
Abnormal heart rhythm
A structure or appearance that is not natural, but is due to…
Occurs in the four chambers of the heart: both atria first an…
Having been made greater in size or value
Arrhythmia
Abnormal heart rhythm
Artifacts
A structure or appearance that is not natural, but is due to…
15 terms
Electrocardiograph
Electrodes, or sensors
Heated stylus
Cardiac arrhythmias
ECG Leads
are placed on the patient's limbs and chest.
moves against the tracing paper and records the waves of the…
Detect abnormal heart rhythms
shows a view of the heart from a different angle
Electrodes, or sensors
are placed on the patient's limbs and chest.
Heated stylus
moves against the tracing paper and records the waves of the…
Electrocardiograph
Brady-
Tachy-
Pulsation
Amplitude
Slow
Fast
Rhythmic bleeding
Strength of a heartbeat measured in millivolts (mv)
Brady-
Slow
Tachy-
Fast
Electrocardiograph
Arrhythmia
Artifacts
Atrial Depolarization
Augmented
Without rhythm, irregularity
Something extraneus to what is looked for. Activity that caus…
The excitement and contraction caused by the SA node at the b…
Refers to leads of 4,5 and 6 of te standard 12 lead ECG tracing
Arrhythmia
Without rhythm, irregularity
Artifacts
Something extraneus to what is looked for. Activity that caus…
25 terms
Electrocardiograph
Arrhythmia
Artifacts
Atrial depolarization
Augmented
Irregular rhythm, without rhythm
Activity that causes interference on EKGS
The excitement and contraction caused by the SA node out the…
Refers to leads 4,5 and 6 of the standard 12-lead ECG tracing…
Arrhythmia
Irregular rhythm, without rhythm
Artifacts
Activity that causes interference on EKGS
25 terms
Electrocardiograph
arrhythmia
artifacts
atrial depolarization
augmented
without rhythm; irregularity
something extraneous to what is being looked for. Activity th…
the excitement and contraction caused by the S.A Node at the…
refers to 4,5 and 6 standard 12 lead ECG tracing; leads are o…
arrhythmia
without rhythm; irregularity
artifacts
something extraneous to what is being looked for. Activity th…
electrocardiograph
what does an electrocardiograph record?
what is an electrode?
what does a galvanometer do?
what records waves?
electrical i pulses that cause the heart to beat, how much el…
a sensor - limbs and chest - detects the electrical impulses…
changes the impulses into mechanical motion.
a heated stylus
what does an electrocardiograph record?
electrical i pulses that cause the heart to beat, how much el…
what is an electrode?
a sensor - limbs and chest - detects the electrical impulses…
23 terms
electrocardiograph
Cardiovascular
Coronary Artery disease (CAD)
Electrocardiograph
Electrocardiogram (ECG)
Related to the heart and blood vessels (veins and arteries)
Narrowing of the blood vessels around the heart causing reduc…
An instrument used to record the electrical activity of the h…
A tracing of the heart's electrical activity recorded by an e…
Cardiovascular
Related to the heart and blood vessels (veins and arteries)
Coronary Artery disease (CAD)
Narrowing of the blood vessels around the heart causing reduc…
Electrocardiograph
Arrhythmia
Artifacts
Augumented
Bradycardia
Irregular, without rythym
Activity that causes an interference on EKGs
Refers to leads 4, 5, and 6 of the standard 12-lead ECG traci…
Slow heart rate
Arrhythmia
Irregular, without rythym
Artifacts
Activity that causes an interference on EKGs
Electrocardiograph
Arrhythmia
Artifacts
Atrial depolarization
Augmentated
Irregular heart beat
Something extraneous to what is being looked for, activity th…
The excitement and contraction caused by the SA node at the b…
Refers to leads 4, 5, and 6 of the standard 12-lead ECG traci…
Arrhythmia
Irregular heart beat
Artifacts
Something extraneous to what is being looked for, activity th…
22 terms
The Electrocardiograph
artifact
augmented
bipolar
bradycardia
Unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
Normally small ECG lead tracings that are increased in size b…
A type of ECG lead that measures the flow of electrical curre…
A slow heart rate, usually less than 60 beats per minute.
artifact
Unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
augmented
Normally small ECG lead tracings that are increased in size b…
23 terms
Electrocardiograph
Arrhythmia
Artifacts
Atrial depolarization
Augmented
Irregular rhythm of the heart
Skin lension produced or perpetuated by self infligted action
Contraction of the atria
An add on
Arrhythmia
Irregular rhythm of the heart
Artifacts
Skin lension produced or perpetuated by self infligted action
25 terms
Electrocardiograph
Arryrhmia
Artifacts
Atrial depolarization
Augmented
Improper beating of the heart whether irregular too fast or t…
Something observed in a scientific investigation that is not…
Occurs in the four chambers of the heart both atria and then…
Having been made greater in size or value
Arryrhmia
Improper beating of the heart whether irregular too fast or t…
Artifacts
Something observed in a scientific investigation that is not…
Electrocardiograph
resting membrane potential -85 mV
depolarization
repolarization
functional syncytium
inside of cell is more negative with respect to the outside o…
Na+ moves into the cell through voltage gated channels
K+ moves out of the cell thorough voltage gated channels
mass of cells that function as one
resting membrane potential -85 mV
inside of cell is more negative with respect to the outside o…
depolarization
Na+ moves into the cell through voltage gated channels
7 terms
Electrocardiograph
P wave
QRS complex
T Wave
P-Q segment
atrial depolarization... atrial contraction
ventricular depolarization... ventricular contraction
ventricular repolarization... refractory period
atrial plateu ... atria depolarized
P wave
atrial depolarization... atrial contraction
QRS complex
ventricular depolarization... ventricular contraction
Electrocardiograph
arrhythmia
artifacts
atrial depolarization
augmented
without rhythm; irregularity
something extraneous to what is being looked for. Activity th…
the excitement and contraction caused by the SA node at the b…
refers to leads 4,5, and 6 of the standard 12- lead ECG traci…
arrhythmia
without rhythm; irregularity
artifacts
something extraneous to what is being looked for. Activity th…
25 terms
Electrocardiograph
Arrythmia
Artifacts
Atrial Depolarization
Augmented
Irregular breathing
A skin lesion produced or perpetuated by self-inflicted action
Contraction symbolized by the P-wave
Designated aVL, aVF, and aVR for recordings made between the…
Arrythmia
Irregular breathing
Artifacts
A skin lesion produced or perpetuated by self-inflicted action
Electrocardiograph
Arrhythmia
Artifacts
Atrial depolarization
Augmented
Without rhythm; irregularity
Something extraneous to what is being looked for, activity th…
The excitement and contraction caused by the SA node at the b…
Refers to leads 4,5&6 of the standard 12-lead ECG tracing, th…
Arrhythmia
Without rhythm; irregularity
Artifacts
Something extraneous to what is being looked for, activity th…
19 terms
THE ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH
Limb
Electrodes
Leads
Einthoven triangle
An arm or a leg.
Small sensors placed on the skin to detect the electrical act…
Covered wires that conduct the electrical impulse from the el…
A triangle formed by the limb electrodes; the left arm, the r…
Limb
An arm or a leg.
Electrodes
Small sensors placed on the skin to detect the electrical act…
18 terms
the Electrocardiograph
Electrodes
gain
input
lead
disposable sensors that receive the electrical activity of th…
changes the size of the ECG tracing
data that is entered into an ECG machine
conductor wire attached to the ECG machine
Electrodes
disposable sensors that receive the electrical activity of th…
gain
changes the size of the ECG tracing
25 terms
Electrocardiograph
Arrhythmia
Artifacts
Atrial depolarization
Augmented
without rhythm; irregularity.
something extraneous to what is being looked for activity tha…
the excitement and contraction caused by the SA node at the b…
refers to leads 4, 5 and 6 of the standard 12- lead ECG traci…
Arrhythmia
without rhythm; irregularity.
Artifacts
something extraneous to what is being looked for activity tha…
44 terms
The Electrocardiograph
3 Types of Leads and how each one is r…
Identify the functions of common ECG m…
The 3 most important controls on the ECG
ECG graph paper
*Lead 1- records tracing right arm (-) to left arm (+)... *Lead…
The 3 basic functions are input, signal processing, and outpu…
*Speed- controls how fast or slow the paper and data run duri…
The graph paper provides increments to measure the electrical…
3 Types of Leads and how each one is r…
*Lead 1- records tracing right arm (-) to left arm (+)... *Lead…
Identify the functions of common ECG m…
The 3 basic functions are input, signal processing, and outpu…
Electrocardiograph
Arrhythmia
Artifacts
Atrial deplorization
Deplorization
Abnormal heart beat
Foreign recordings on EKG
Deodorizations that occur in the 4 chambers of the heart
Contraction of the heart
Arrhythmia
Abnormal heart beat
Artifacts
Foreign recordings on EKG
The Electrocardiograph
artifact
augmented
bipolar
bradycardia
Unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
Normally small ECG lead tracings that are increased in size b…
A type of ECG lead that measures the flow of electrical curre…
A slow heart rate, usually less than 60 beats per minute.
artifact
Unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
augmented
Normally small ECG lead tracings that are increased in size b…
6 terms
The Electrocardiograph LOs
List the activation sequence of the he…
Understand how the electrical activity…
Explain the electrical signal in the h…
Be able to explain why the QRS and T w…
SA - AV - Bundle of His - bundle brances - Perkinje fibers
Records potential on the body surface using differential elec…
R-R interval: time between heartbeats ... P wave : atrial d…
Movement of K+ out and down the cells away from the + electro…
List the activation sequence of the he…
SA - AV - Bundle of His - bundle brances - Perkinje fibers
Understand how the electrical activity…
Records potential on the body surface using differential elec…
19 terms
Electrocardiograph
limb
Electrodes
leads
Einthoven triangle
an Arm or a leg
small sensors placed on the skin to detect the electrical act…
covered wires that conduct the electrical impulse from the el…
A triangle formed by three of the limb electrodes, It is used…
limb
an Arm or a leg
Electrodes
small sensors placed on the skin to detect the electrical act…
9 terms
Electrocardiograph
P Wave
PR Interval
PR Segment
QRS Complex
atrial contraction
full atrial contraction to ... onset of ventricular contraction
time between ... atrial relaxation and ventricular contraction…
full ventricular contraction
P Wave
atrial contraction
PR Interval
full atrial contraction to ... onset of ventricular contraction
19 terms
The electrocardiograph
artifact
augumented
bipolar
bradycardia
unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
normally small ecg lead tracing that are increased in size by…
a type of ecg lead that measures the flow of electrical curre…
a slow heart rate, usually less than 60 beats per minute
artifact
unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
augumented
normally small ecg lead tracing that are increased in size by…
electrocardiograph
ekg and ecg tech
blood pressure
temperature
heart rate
...
...
...
...
ekg and ecg tech
...
blood pressure
...
23 terms
The Electrocardiograph
artifact
augmented
bipolar
bradycardia
unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
normally small ECG lead tracings that are increased in size b…
a type of ECG lead that measures the flow of electrical curre…
a slow heart rate, usually less than 60 beats per minute
artifact
unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
augmented
normally small ECG lead tracings that are increased in size b…
The Electrocardiograph
artifact
augmented
bipolar
bradycardia
unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
normally small ECG lead tracings that are increased by the EC…
a type of ECG lead that measures the flow of electrical curre…
a slow heart rate less than 60 beats per minute
artifact
unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
augmented
normally small ECG lead tracings that are increased by the EC…
22 terms
The Electrocardiograph
Artifact
Augmented
Bipolar
Brandycardia
Unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
Normally small ECG lead tracing that are increased in size by…
A type of ECG lead that measures the flow of electrical curre…
A slow heart rate, usually less than 60 beats per minute.
Artifact
Unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
Augmented
Normally small ECG lead tracing that are increased in size by…
Electrocardiograph Terms
P wave
QRS complex
T wave
P-R interval
Depolarization over atria
Ventricular depolarization
Repolarization of venticles
Time between SA and AV nodes
P wave
Depolarization over atria
QRS complex
Ventricular depolarization
Electrocardiograph module
How many chambers does the heart have?
Which chamber of the heart contracts t…
What does an electrocardiogram measure?
Which of these tissues is known as the…
four
right ventrical
heart function
SA node
How many chambers does the heart have?
four
Which chamber of the heart contracts t…
right ventrical
(3) The Electrocardiograph
artifact
augmented
bipolar
bradycardia
Unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
Normally small ECG lead tracings that are increased in size b…
A type of ECG lead that measures the flow of electrical curre…
A slow heart rate, usually less than 60 beats per minute.
artifact
Unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
augmented
Normally small ECG lead tracings that are increased in size b…
Electrocardiograph leads
Lead 1
Lead 2
Lead 3
aVR
Records the electrical voltage difference between the right a…
Records the difference between the right arm and the left leg
Records the voltage difference between the left arm and left…
The recording of the hearts voltage difference between the ri…
Lead 1
Records the electrical voltage difference between the right a…
Lead 2
Records the difference between the right arm and the left leg
11 terms
heart electrocardiograph
tachycardia
bradychardia
fibrillation
P wave
heart rate >100 BMP
heart rate <60 BPM athletes -good -efficient
from prolonged tachycardia
atrial depolarization
tachycardia
heart rate >100 BMP
bradychardia
heart rate <60 BPM athletes -good -efficient
10 terms
Electrocardiograph Strips
P-Wave
Normal Sinus Rhythm
Sinus Bradycardia
Sinus Tachycardia
...
P-Wave
...
Normal Sinus Rhythm
34 terms
EKG Electrocardiograph
Arrhythmia
Artifact
Asystole
Augmented Leads
An abnormality of the heart's electrical function.
Electrical activity displayed on graph paper that is superimp…
The absence of any electrical activity that appears as a stra…
Unipolar leads that measure electrical flow on the frontal pl…
Arrhythmia
An abnormality of the heart's electrical function.
Artifact
Electrical activity displayed on graph paper that is superimp…
10 terms
Electrocardiograph ECG
Ischemia and infarction
Ischemia
Injury transmural
Injury subendocardium
ST segment changes, precordial lead V5
Reduces resting potential, shortens duration of action potent…
ST segment usually elevated
ST segment usually depressed
Ischemia and infarction
ST segment changes, precordial lead V5
Ischemia
Reduces resting potential, shortens duration of action potent…
19 terms
3 The Electrocardiograph
Artifact
Augmented
Bipolar
Bradycardia
Unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
Normally small ECG lead tracing that are increased in size by…
A type of ECG lead that measures the flow of electrical curre…
A slow heart rate, usually less than 60 beats per minute.
Artifact
Unwanted marks on the ECG tracing caused by activity other th…
Augmented
Normally small ECG lead tracing that are increased in size by…
17 terms
Electrocardiograph 101
limb
electrodes
leads
Einthoven triangle
an arm or leg
small sensors placed on the skin to detect electrical activit…
covered wires that conduct the electrical impulse from electr…
triangle formed by three of limb electrodes (left arm, right…
limb
an arm or leg
electrodes
small sensors placed on the skin to detect electrical activit…
ECG (Electrocardiograph)
0.04
0.06-0.12
0.12-0.20
0.1mV
ECG: Graph paper:... Each small block of the paper is 1mm and de…
Normal sinus rhythm:... QRS complex
Normal sinus rhythm:... PRI (PR interval)
ECG: Graph paper:... Each small square has an amp. of __________
0.04
ECG: Graph paper:... Each small block of the paper is 1mm and de…
0.06-0.12
Normal sinus rhythm:... QRS complex
ECG (Electrocardiograph)
white
black
green
red
Limb electrodes:... RA-Right arm (colour)
Limb electrodes:... LA-Left arm (colour)
Limb electrodes:... RL-Right leg (colour)
Limb electrodes:... LL-Left leg (colour)
white
Limb electrodes:... RA-Right arm (colour)
black
Limb electrodes:... LA-Left arm (colour)
Chapter 49 Electrocardiograph
6 points on the chest wall and 1 point…
semi-fowlers position
normally
Smoking 15 minutes before
The precordial, or chest, leads record the electrical activit…
Patients with difficulty breathing can be placed in _________…
Patients should breath ___________ during the procedure.
________________ may artificially alter the EKG.
6 points on the chest wall and 1 point…
The precordial, or chest, leads record the electrical activit…
semi-fowlers position
Patients with difficulty breathing can be placed in _________…
Electrocardiograph (ch 18)
What is the electrocardiograph?
Three deflections that represent a spe…
P Wave:
Atrial depolarization:
A system that monitors and amplifies the electrical signals o…
-P wave... -QRS complex... -T wave
Atrial depolarization
P-R interval
What is the electrocardiograph?
A system that monitors and amplifies the electrical signals o…
Three deflections that represent a spe…
-P wave... -QRS complex... -T wave
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