Difference between revisions of "Normal Tracing"

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* '''[[Rhythm]]''': [[Sinus node rhythms and arrhythmias|sinus rhythm]]
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* '''[[Rhythm]]''': [[Sinus node rhythms and arrhythmias|sinus]]
 
* '''[[Rate]]''': 60-100 bpm
 
* '''[[Rate]]''': 60-100 bpm
 
* '''[[Conduction]]''':
 
* '''[[Conduction]]''':
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* '''[[P wave morphology]]''':  
 
* '''[[P wave morphology]]''':  
 
** The maximal height of the P wave is 2.5 mm in leads II and / or III
 
** The maximal height of the P wave is 2.5 mm in leads II and / or III
** The p wave is positive in II and AVF, and bifasic in V1
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** The p wave is positive in II and AVF, and biphasic in V1
 
** The p wave duration is usually shorter than 0.12 seconds
 
** The p wave duration is usually shorter than 0.12 seconds
 
* '''[[QRS morphology]]''':
 
* '''[[QRS morphology]]''':
 
**No [[Q waves|pathological Q waves]]
 
**No [[Q waves|pathological Q waves]]
 
**No left or right ventricular [[hypertrophy]]
 
**No left or right ventricular [[hypertrophy]]
**No [[microvoltations]]
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**No [[microvoltage]]
 
**Normal R wave propagation. (R waves increase in amplitude from V1-V5)
 
**Normal R wave propagation. (R waves increase in amplitude from V1-V5)
 
* '''[[ST morphology]]'''
 
* '''[[ST morphology]]'''

Revision as of 06:20, 17 January 2010

Author(s) J.S.S.G. de Jong
Moderator T.T. Keller
Supervisor
some notes about authorship
A normal ECG
Characteristics of a normal ECG
  • The ECG should not have changed from the previous ECG