12 Lead ECG: The Art of Interpretation
The Complete Fire Inspector I and II Training Solution! Fire inspectors need to know how to interpret and apply national and local codes and standards in the office and in the field. Fire Inspector: Principles and Practice is designed to prepare fire inspectors to ensure the highest standards of fire and life safety in their communities. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) are pleased to bring you Fire Inspector: Principles and Practice, a modern integrated teaching and learning system for the fire inspector. This textbook meets and exceeds the job performance requirements for level I and II fire inspectors from Chapters 4 and 5 of NFPA 1031, Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector and Plan Examiner, 2009 Edition. Fire Inspector: Principles and Practice is built on a solid foundation of the basics: building construction, fire growth, and types of occupancies. This fundamental knowledge is presented in a concise, understandable writing style that is easy to digest and recall. The solid foundation of fire and building knowledge then branches out to show the fire inspector how abstract concepts and codes will be concretely applied on a daily basis. This is the text that truly prepares fire inspectors for the real world.
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abnormalities arrhythmia artery atrial enlargement atrial flutter atrial pacemaker AV node baseline bifascicular block bundle branch block calipers cause cell CHAPTER criteria delta wave depolarization E E EEE E E EEE EEEE EAEEE E E EAEEE E E EEE ECG shows EEE EEEE EED EEEED electrocardiography example fascicle hyperkalemia impulse increased R:S ratio infarct inferior leads interpretation ischemia isoelectric IVCD IWMI lead Vj limb leads look Mobitz morphology myocardial myocardial infarction myocardium negative node normal notching occurs P-pulmonale pathological patient pericarditis positive posterior wall PR interval precordial leads prolonged Q waves QRS complex QRS width QT interval quadrant RBBB reciprocal changes REEE Remember rhythm strip right ventricular SA node sinus slurred S waves ST depression ST elevation ST segment ST SEGMENT AP strain pattern True or False vector ventricular tachycardia VH with strain VTach wall AMI wave in lead
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