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    • d.

      S-T segment

      • (1)

        Contour

      • (2)

        Elevation

      • (3)

        Depression

    • e.

      Q-T interval

      • (1)

        Duration

      • (2)

        Implication of prolongation

    • f.

      Relationship of P waves to QRS complexes

      • (1)

        Consistent

      • (2)

        Progressive prolongation

      • (3)

        No relationship

    • g.

      T waves

    • h.

      U waves

  • 2.

    Interpretation of the ECG

    • a.

      Origin of complex

    • b.

      Rate

    • c.

      Rhythm

    • d.

      Clinical significance

  • 3.

    Arrhythmia originating in the sinus node

    • a.

      Sinus bradycardia

    • b.

      Sinus tachycardia

    • c.

      Sinus arrhythmia

    • d.

      Sinus arrest

  • 4.

    Arrhythmias originating in the atria

    • a.

      Premature atrial complex

    • b.

      Atrial (ectopic) tachycardia

    • c.

      Re-entrant tachycardia

    • d.

      Multifocal atrial tachycardia

    • e.

      Atrial flutter

    • f.

      Atrial fibrillation

    • g.

      Atrial flutter or atrial fibrillation with junctional rhythm

    • h.

      Atrial flutter or atrial fibrillation with pre-excitation syndromes

  • 5.

    Arrhythmias originating within the AV junction

    • a.

      First degree AV block

    • b.

      Second degree AV block

      • (1)

        Type I

      • (2)

        Type II/ infranodal

    • c.

      Complete AV block (third degree block)

  • 6.

    Arrhythmias sustained or originating in the AV junction

    • a.

      AV nodal re-entrant tachycardia

    • b.

      AV reciprocating tachycardia

      • (1)

        Narrow

      • (2)

        Wide

    • c.

      Junctional escape rhythm

    • d.

      Premature junctional complex

    • e.

      Accelerated junctional rhythm

    • f.

      Junctional tachycardia

  • 7.

    Arrhythmias originating in the ventricles

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