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QRS duration: _____________ QT duration:_____________

Ventricular rate and rhythm;_____________

Atrial rate and rhythm:_____________

PR interval:_____________

Interpretation:_____________

Summary Introduction

To review:

The given blank space in the statement using the following ECG graph.

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QR QRS duration: __________ QT duration: ____________

Ventricular rate and rhythm: _____________

Atrial rate rhythm: _____________________

PR interval: __________________________

Interpretation: ________________________

Introduction:

Electrocardiogram (ECG) is a machine which monitors the heart rate of the patients. The electrical signals that are produced by the heartbeat are recorded in the form of wave components, such as P, Q, R, S, T, and U. Doctors through systemic approach interpret the ECG.

Explanation

When the heart rate of a patient shows no variation in all the electrical activities of the heart with normal sinus rhythm, the ECG tracing is interpreted as normal.

QRS duration: Duration is less than 0.12 seconds.

QT duration: Duration is >0.12 seconds.

Ventricular rate and rhythm: The rate is regular and between 60 and 100 bpm...

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