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11 Cards in this Set

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PR interval
.12 to .20
QRS interval
.08 to .12
the triplicate method for beats per minute
300 150 100 75 60 50
leads v1 through v4 look at what
anterior surface of the heart
leads 1 and VL look at what
lateral surface of the heart
Leads II III and vF view what surface of the heart
inferior surface
what would a invertid T wave tell you or ST depression
cardiac ischemia
What would ST elevation mean
what would a large Q wave tell yo u
this developes as tissue dies
what would a slow positive rounded deflection at the end of the QRS complex tell you
this is a J wave which indicates hypothermia
what is the most common cause of pacemaker dysfunctoin
battery failure