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1

frist Rx for any abnormal tachycardia?

carotid sinus pressure

2

narrow complex tachys should be treated how?

adenosine

3

wide complex tachys should be treated how?

lidocaine

4

what causes P waves to become peaked?

right atrium hypertrophy

5

what causes a bifid P wave?

left atrial hypertrophy

6

wide QRS cause?

BBB
ventricular focus

7

what does QRS look like in wolfe-parkinson-whyte?

wide

8

where to see right ventricle? looks like in hypertrophy?

V1: QRS becomes upright (always abnormal)

9

all the ways that the P wave present?

Normal
too broad
too tall

10

all the ways that the QRS present

Too tall
too broad
abnormal Q wave

11

all the ways that the T wave can present?

upright
wrong way up

12

all the ways that the ST segment can present?

normal
elevated
depressed

13

P wave too tall means?

Right atrial hypertrophy

14

what cases bifid P-wave?

Left atrial hypertrophy

15

2 causes of wide QRS?

bundle branch block
Wolff-Parkinson-White

16

if V1 QRS become upright means what?

right ventricular hypertrophy, always abonormal

17

3 things for wolfe-parkinson-white?

delta plus
wide QRS
Narrow PR

18

SVT with wolfe parkinson white, how does QRS look like?

narrow due to re-entry pathway. looks like regular SVT, can't tell difference

19

how to reverse SVT? med?

adenosine
Then 12 lead ECG to check for WPW

20

Atrial fibrillation with WPW can look like?

Wide QRSs &
narrow QRSs

21

If negative in Lead II means?

left axis deviation

22

if negative in Lead I means what?

right axis deviation

23

sinus arrythmia happens when?

during breathing

inspiration faster
expiration slower

24

a Q wave is only significant when what?

in multiple leads: like V1,2,3 or V2,3,4

25

first thing to think of with tachycardia and wide QRS?

Ventricular tachycardia
can walk in and look well