ECG

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ECG
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  1. I and aVL
    Left side of the heart in a vertical plane
  2. II, III, and aVF
    Inferior (diaphragmatic) side of the heart
  3. aVR
    Right side of the heart in a vertical plane
  4. V1 and V2
    Right Ventricle
  5. V3 and V4
    Interventricular septum and the anterior wall of the left ventricle.
  6. V5 and V6
    Anterior and lateral walls of the left ventricle
  7. Triplicate method
    300, 150, 100, 75, 60, 50
    • Sinus Bradycardia
    • Rate - > 60
    • Rhythm - regular
    • Pacemaker site - SA node
    • P waves - upright and normal in morphology
    • PR interval - normal
    • ORS complex - normal (0.04-0.12 sec)
    • Sinus Tachycardia
    • Rate > 100bpm
    • Rhythm-regular
    • Pacemaker- SA node
    • P waves - upright and normal in morphology
    • QRS complex - normal
    • Sinus Dysrhythmia
    • Rate- 60-100
    • Rhythm - irregular
    • Pacemaker site - SA node
    • P waves - upright and normal in morphology
    • PR interval - normal
    • QRS complex - normal
    • Sinus Arrest
    • Sinus Block
  8. Sinus Pause
  9. Sick Sinus Syndrome
  10. Wandering Atrial Pacemaker
  11. Muiltifocal Atrial Tachycardia
  12. Premature atrial complexes
  13. PSVT
  14. SVT
  15. A- Flutter
  16. A-Fib
  17. 1° AV Block
  18. 2° Type I
  19. 2° Type II
  20. 3° Block
  21. NSR c PJC
  22. Escape juntional Rhythm
  23. Junctional bradycardia
  24. idioventricular rhythm
  25. LVH
    • Any precordial lead is > 45mm
    • The R wave in aVL is > 11mm
    • The R wave in lead I is > 12mm
    • The R wave in lead aVF is > 20mm
  26. The 3 Major criteria for RBBB are:
    • QRS > 0.12 seconds
    • Slurred S wave in leads I and V6
    • RSR' pattern in V1
  27. Three Major criteria for LBBB
    • Duration > 0.12 seconds
    • Broad, monomorphic R waves in I and V6 with no Q waves
    • Broad, monomorphic S waves in V1; may have a small r wave
  28. Criteria for Dx LAH
    • left axis deviation c the axis at -30o to -90o
    • either a qR complex or an R wave in lead I
    • an rS complex in lead III, and probably also in II and aVF
  29. Criteria for diagnosing LPH
    • an axis of 90 to 180o (the right quadrant)
    • an s wave in lead I and a q in III
    • exclusion of RAE and /or RVH
  30. Strain Patten
  31. Injury Pattern
  32. Infarction ventricular aneurysm
  33. Early repolarization pericarditis
  34. subendocardial ischemia
  35. strain pattern
  36. RCA
    right coronary artery
  37. LAD
    left anterior descending
  38. LCx
    Left circumflex
  39. Inferior
    RCA, LCx
  40. inferior -RV
    proximal RCA
  41. inferoposterior
    RCA, LCx
  42. Isolated RV
    LCx
  43. Isolated posterior
    RCA, LCx
  44. Anterior
    LAD
  45. Anteroseptal
    LAD
  46. Anteroseptal-lateral
    Proximal LAD
  47. Anterolateral, inferolateral, or posterolateral
    LCx

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