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Prophecy EKG Normal sinus rhythm Correct Answer: Regular Rate: 60-100 P Wave: Present, upright PR Interval: 0.12-0.20 sec QRS: <0.12 sec Sinus Bradycardia Correct Answer: Regular Rate: <6... 0 P Wave: Present, upright PR Interval: 0.12-0.20 sec QRS: <0.12 sec Sinus Tachycardia Correct Answer: Regular Rate: 100-150 P Wave: Present, upright PR Interval: 0.12-0.20 sec QRS: <0.12 sec Premature Atrial Contraction Correct Answer: IRREGULAR Rate: depends on underlying rhythm P wave: Present or hidden in T wave PR Interval: 0.12-0.20 sec QRS: <0.12 sec Atrial Fibrillation Correct Answer: IRREGULAR Atrial rate: UNMEASURABLE Ventricular rate: variable P wave: unable to see PR Interval: N/A QRS: <0.12 sec A fib RVR Correct Answer: IRREGULAR Ventricular rate: 100-175 P wave: unable to see PR Interval: N/A QRS <0.12 sec Atrial Flutter Correct Answer: Usually REGULAR can be irregular Atrial rate: 250-350 Ventricular rate: variable BUT < atrial rate P Wave: Flutter PR Interval: N/A QRS: <0.12 sec Supraventricular Tachycardia Correct Answer: Regular Rate: 150-350 P wave: Hidden in QRS or T wave PR: unable to determine QRS: <0.12 sec Junctional Rhythm Correct Answer: Regular Rate: 40-60 P Wave: ABSENT or INVERTED PR Interval: None or <0.12 QRS: <0.12 sec Accelerated Junctional Rhythm Correct Answer: Regular Rate: 60-100 P Wave: NONE or INVERTED PR Interval: None or <0.12 QRS: <0.12 sec Junctional Tachycardia Correct Answer: Regular Rate: >100 P Wave: NONE or INVERTED PR Interval: None or <0.12 QRS: <0.12 sec Premature Ventricular Contraction Correct Answer: IRREGULAR Rate: refer to underlying rhythm P Wave: NONE PR Interval: N/A QRS: WIDE and BIZARRE , >0.12 sec Ventricular Tachycardia Correct Answer: Regular Rate: >100 P Wave: NONE PR Interval: N/A QRS: WIDE and BIZARRE, >0.12 sec Ventricular Fibrillation Correct Answer: Chaotic Coarse: big waves Fine: small waves Rate: unmeasurable P Wave: NONE PR Interval: N/A QRS: N/A Idioventricular Correct Answer: Regular Rate: 20-50 P wave: NONE PR Interval: N/A QRS: WIDE, >0.12 sec Accelerated Idoventricular Rhythm Correct Answer: Regular Rate: 50-100 P wave: NONE PR Interval: N/A QRS: WIDE, >0.12 sec 1st Degree AV Block Correct Answer: Regular Rate: 60-100 P Wave: Present, upright PR interval: >0.20 sec CONSISTENTLY LONG QRS: <0.12 sec Husband stays late till 9 consistently 2nd Degree AV Block Type I Mobitz, Wenckebach Correct Answer: IRREGULAR Rate: 60-100 P wave: Present, upright PR Interval: Progressively longer until drop (PR interval longer and longer until drop) QRS: <0.12 sec Husband stays late till 9, then 11, then 1, then doesn't come home at all 2nd Degree AV Block Type II Correct Answer: Irregular or regular Rate: <60 P wave: Present, upright PR Interval: PR interval consistently LONGER like type 1 but then a QRS will drop QRS: <0.12 sec Husband stays late till 9 consistently, then wife goes out and doesn't come home 3rd Degree AV Block Correct Answer: Atrials and ventricles don't communicate Rate: regular atrial P wave: Present, upright No relationship between P waves and QRS PR Interval: VARIABLE QRS: variable P-P ad R-R consistent but NO correlation Husband and wife live separate lives and don't communicate [Show More]

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