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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jessica Cox on Tuesday February 9, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to EP 3613 at Mississippi State University taught by Ben Abadie in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 69 views. For similar materials see Exercise Electrocardiograph in Kinesiology at Mississippi State University.
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Date Created: 02/09/16
EKG: WAVES P Wave: indicates atrial depolarization PR Segment: Wave with no electrical activity, impulses is held by AV Node for 1/10 of a second ALWAYS perfectly flat lined QRS Complex/Wave: Ventricular depolarization T Wave: Ventricular repolarization U Wave: Part of the ventricular repolarization, VERY RARE PR Interval: Starts with the onset of the P Wave and tends to end with Q Wave -0.12 seconds to 0.20 seconds abnormal if shorter or longer QRS Interval: Starts with Q Wave or R Wave if Q isn’t present Ends with the S Wave -0.08 seconds to .11 seconds QT Interval: Starts with Q Wave or R wave if Q isn’t present and ends @ the completion of the T Wave -Interval is HR dependent PR Segment: Unchanged, doesn’t go above or below isoelectric line ST Segment: Things can cause it to go above or below the isoelectric line and PR Segment is a standard for the ST Segment ** Abnormal if ST Segment differs from the PR Segment** U Wave: Same direction as T Wave and QRS Wave QS Wave normal if within 1 small box, Abnormal if 1 small box or greater
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