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    EKG CourseSeptember 15, 2014

    Section I: Introduction

    Section 1: Introduction and General Features -Normal EKG -Einthoveen’s Triangle -Standardization -Artifact -Incorrect Electrode Placement2

  2. video thumbnail for Section II:  The P wave

    EKG CourseSeptember 15, 2014

    Section II: The P wave

    Section II: The P wave -Sinus Rhythm -Sinus Bradycardia -Sinus Tachycardia -Sinus Arrhythmia -Ectopic Atrial Rhythm -Left Atrial Abnormality -Right Atrial Abnormality

  3. video thumbnail for Section III:  Atrial Rhythms

    EKG CourseSeptember 15, 2014

    Section III: Atrial Rhythms

    Section III: Atrial Rhythms -Premature Atrial Contraction -Atrial Tachycardia -Multifocal Atrial Tachycardia -Wandering Atrial Pacemaker -Atrial Fibrillation -Atrial Flutter -Supraventricular Tachycardia -Atrioventricular Nodal Reentrant Tachycardia (AVNRT) -Orthodromic Reciprocating Tachycardia (ORT) -Atrial tachycardia

  4. video thumbnail for Section IV: The AV Node

    EKG CourseSeptember 15, 2014

    Section IV: The AV Node

    Section IV: The AV Node -Junctional Escape Complex -Junctional Rhythm -Accelerated Junctional Rhythm -AV Block -First Degree AV Block -Second Degree AV Block -Mobitz Type I -Mobitz Type II -2:1 AV Block -High Grade AV Block -Complete Heart Block -Short PR Interval

  5. video thumbnail for Section V:  QRS Part I

    EKG CourseSeptember 16, 2014

    Section V: QRS Part I

    Section V: QRS Abnormalities Part I -Normal Axis -Left Axis Deviation -Right Axis Deviation -Non-specific Intraventricular Conduction Delay -Drug Effect -Right Bundle Branch Block -Left Bundle Branch Block -Left Anterior Fascicular Block -Left Anterior Fascicular Block -Bifascicular Block -Trifascicular Block -Low QRS Voltage -Electrical Alternans -Left Ventricular Hypertrophy -Right Ventricular Hypertrophy -Prolonged QT interval

  6. video thumbnail for Section VI:  QRS Part II

    EKG CourseSeptember 16, 2014

    Section VI: QRS Part II

    Section VI: QRS Abnormalities Part II -Myocardial Infarction -Anterior -Septal -Lateral -Inferior -Posterior -Right Ventricular -ST-T wave abnormalities suggestive of: -Myocardial Ischemia -Myocardial Injury -LV Aneurysm -ST-T wave abnormalities secondary to hypertrophy -Left Bundle Branch Block with ST-T wave changes suggestive of Myocardial Injury or Infarction -Non-specific ST-T Wave Abnormality -U wave -Pericarditis -Early Repolarization / Normal Variant

  7. video thumbnail for Section VII:  Ventricular Rhythms

    EKG CourseSeptember 16, 2014

    Section VII: Ventricular Rhythms

    Section VII: Ventricular Rhythms -Premature Ventricular Contraction -Ventricular Tachycardia -Ventricular Fibrillation

  8. video thumbnail for Section VIII:  Clinical Disorders

    EKG CourseSeptember 16, 2014

    Section VIII: Clinical Disorders

    Section VIII: Clinical Disorders -Cor Pulmonale -Pulmonary Embolism (PE) -Chronic Lung Disease -Electrolytes Disturbances -Hyperkalemia -Hypokalemia -Hypercalcemia -Hypocalcemia -Digitalis Effect -Hypothermia -Atrial Septal Defect Primum -Atrial Septal Defect Secundum -Pericardial Effusion -WPW -Paced Rhythms -Atrial Pacing -Ventricular Demand Pacing -AV Sequential Pacing -Biventricular Pacing

Recent Comments

  1. Very nice, clear and concise. Easy to understand

    babarabakernurse said about Section I: Introduction

  2. Very Informative!

    rosalyn.bayan said about Section I: Introduction

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