Clinical Electrocardiography: A Simplified Approach
This book answers the essential questions of what the ECG shows, discusses possible causes of the pattern, and tells what, if anything, should be done about it. The guide covers the basic principles of electrocardiography, major abnormalities of the heart rhythm and conduction, and furnishes practice questions and problems.
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abnormal Q waves acute APBs arrhythmia atrial fibrillation atrial flutter beats/min biphasic bundle branch block bypass tract cardiac arrest cause Chapter clinical complete heart block coronary artery depolarization diagnosis digitalis digitalis toxicity drugs ECG patterns electrical axis electrodes extremity leads heart disease heart rate hemiblock hypokalemia junctional rhythm LBBB lead aVR left chest leads left ventricle left ventricular mean QRS axis myocardial infarction myocardial ischemia normal sinus rhythm Notice occur pace pacemaker patients pericarditis PR interval premature beats produces PSVT pulmonary QRS complex QT interval quinidine RBBB rhythm strip right axis deviation right bundle branch right chest leads right ventricular seen sinus bradycardia sinus node sinus tachycardia ST depressions ST elevations ST segment elevations ST-T changes stimulation subendocardial syndrome tall R waves tion tricular ventricular hypertrophy ventricular rate ventricular tachycardia voltage VPBs wall infarction wave in lead wave inversions wave progression wide QRS