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24 Cards in this Set

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Sinus Rhythms
P's upright and uniform to pick these rhythms
Normal Sinus Rhythm
v rate 60 to 100
Sinus Brady
v rate < than 60
Sinus Tach
v rate > than 100 until you cannot see the P waves
Sinus Arrhythmia
R to R's Slightly irregular
Atrial Rhythms
P waves are abnormal
Wandering Pace Maker
R to R's Slightly irregular and P's change
Atrial Flutter
A rate 250 and 350. P's are sawtooth/picket fence
Atrial Fib
Irregular R to R, A rate > than 350. P's are wavy
Atrial Tach (SVT)
Cannot see P's and v rate > than 150.
Junctional Rhythms
P waves inverted or absent (located before, in or after the QRS)
Escaped Junctional Rhythm
v rate of 40 to 60
Accelerated Junctional
v rate of 60 to 100
Junctional Tach
v rate of 100 to 180
Ventricular Rhythms
QRS measures at or greater than .12
Ventricular Tach
V rate of 100 to 300
Ventricular Fib
Ventricles are chaotic and fast
No P's and V rate of 20 to 40
No activity and leads are on pt.
Heart Blocks
Extra P waves
1st degree
Everything normal but the PRI is constant and > than .20
2nd degree type 1
The PRI consequently gets progressively longer until  dropping a QRS. Saying "PRI gets longer, longer, longer, drop one type 1.
2nd degree type 2
Extras P waves but PRI is constant
3rd degree
PRI has no pattern