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What is the regular time of the PR interval
0.12-0.20secs
What is the normal time for a QRS interval?
<0.12sec
What is the normal time for a QTinterval?
0.36-0.44secs
What is one risk associated with A fib?
Clots.
What is the difference between fib and flutter?
Fib is irregular, flutter is regular
If you notice a prolonged PR interval (>0.20) what could this suggest?
A first degree block.
What is the difference between a second degree Type 1 and Type 2?
Type one is winkiebach: the time between p waves gets longer and then there is a missed QRS.
Type two: Pwaves are regular but the vetricular rhythm is not
What is a third degree block?
Everyone (atria and ventricles) are firing regularly but with no synchrony. Pwaves with no QRS.
More that 3 PVCs is also called ________.
V-tach. VERY DANGEROUS RHYTHM