Introduction to Electrocardiography
Dr. Huang has produced a text aimed at the practical aspects of interpretation, designed so the reader can quickly master the essentials necessary for patient care and teaching rounds. Practice EKG tracings are accompanied by complete interpretations. These tracings are not merely single sample tracings but are actual patient tracings that the reader learns to interpret progressively as the book proceeds.
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0.06s QT interval 0.16s QRS duration 0.36s QRS Axis atrial fibrillation atrial flutter aVF consistent AVR-AVL-AVF Axis The QRS beats per minute becomes mostly positive bpm Intervals complex is positive depolarization digoxin Enlargement In lead Evidence for Atrial evidence for right Evidence for Ventricular Evidence of Ischemia evidence of left heart rate hypertrophy by voltage Hypokalemia Infarction Anterior leads Inferior leads Intervals PR interval Ischemia or Infarction ischemia or subendocardial isoelectric lead lead aVF left atrial enlargement left axis deviation left ventricular hypertrophy leftward quadrant nonspecific ST-T wave normal quadrant normal sinus rhythm poor R-wave progression positive in lead preceding each QRS Q waves QRS axis QRS complex Rate and Rhythm rhythm is normal right bundle-branch block right ventricular hypertrophy sinus bradycardia ST-segment elevation ST-T wave abnormalities subendocardial infarction Summary Normal sinus T-wave inversion ventricles Ventricular Hypertrophy LVH voltage criteria wave in V5 wave preceding waves grow Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome