EKG plain and simple
EKG Plain and Simple covers the broad spectrum of electrocardiography in a conversational style. This text has taught thousands the art and science of EKG foundations and applications. No prior knowledge about the heart is required, as the book progresses from simple to more advanced concepts. Part I contains the basic building blocks of knowledge: waves, complexes, lead morphology and rhythms. Part II moves into more complex topics with information covering 12-lead EKGs, axis, hypertrophy, myocardial infarction and pacemakers.
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Lead Morphology and Placement
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12-lead EKG abnormal applicable artifact asystole atrial fibrillation atrial flutter atrial rate atrium Atropine axis deviation blood pressure bundle branch block cardiac cell cardiac output cause chapter complexes Regularity Heart coronary artery defibrillation depolarization digitalis electrical electrode Figure first-degree AV block flutter waves Hypertrophy Hypokalemia hypoxia impulse infarction interval QRS interval inverted irregular ischemia junctional rhythm left ventricle little blocks look mean rate medications Miscellaneous effects myocardial negative normal oxygen P-P interval regular pacemaker spikes patient pause positive PR interval QRS Practice Quiz preceding each QRS premature beat PVCs QRS complexes Regularity QRS interval Interpretation R-R intervals rate P waves regular but interrupted Regularity Heart rate Regularity Regular rhythm strip shaped significant Q waves sinus bradycardia sinus node sinus rhythm sinus tachycardia ST elevation ST segment stress test Thinking Exercises tissue treatment upright and matching valves waves PR interval wavy Wenckebach