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15 Cards in this Set

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what rhythm has rate >100
inverted (or absent) p waves
short p-r interval ?
junctional tacycardia
what rhythm indicates an extreme ventricular bradycardia ?
agonal rhythm
what rhythm presents narrowed qrs complex and biphasic p waves ?
normal sinus rhythm with pacs
rhythm where each 2nd p wave is not paired with a qrs complex
2nd deg av block w/ 2:1 conduction
pr interval grows longer until a qrs complex is droped
2nd deg av block type 1
qrs complexs drop but p-r intervals remain constant
2nd deg av block type 2
rhythm resulting from blocked sinus impulses
sinus exit block (sinoatrial)
rhythm presents prolonged
p-r intervals (>.20)
normal sinus rhythm
w/ 1st deg a/v block
this rhythm originates from the av node
junctional rhythm
this rhythm generates p waves w/out accompanied qrs
and chaotic p-r intervals
3rd deg av block
(complete heart block)
ventricular rhythm between 41-100
accelerated ideoventricular
narrow qrs
rates 170-230
super ventricular tachycardia
what rhythm occurs when the sa node fails to fire ?
sinus arrest
ventricular rhythm between 20-40
ideoventricular rhythm
early wide (> 1.2) qrs complexes
normal sinus rhythm w/ pvcs