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  • [[File:E000395.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG - SVT]]
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  • [[File:E000339.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 49 - Rechter Atrium Hypertrofie +1e graads AV-blok]]
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  • [[File:E000144.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 20 A - Totaal Blok Met Ventriculair Escape Ritme]]
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  • [[File:E000152.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 28 - VF-storm obv Koorts (meerdere ICD-shocks)]]
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  • [[File:E000040.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 12 - RCA Laesie + Totaal Block - AVJunctional Escape Ritme]]
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  • [[File:E000065.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 29 - Recent VWI - 2-vats Lijden - Apicaal Aneurysma]]
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  • [[File:E000257.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 20 A - Hypertrofische LV + LA-dilatatie + Strain Patroon]]
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  • [[File:E000295.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 33 - Gedilateerde, Hypertrofische LV +1e grds AV-blok]]
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  • [[File:E000509.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 94 - Totaal AV-blok Na Re-Bentall O.K]]
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  • [[File:E000073.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 37 - Acuut VWI (LAD Abberant Uit RCC [Right Coronary Cusp] )]]
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  • [[File:E000050.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 20 - IPL Infarct obv Vasculitis vd Coronairen - Extreme as]]
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  • [[File:E000519.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 62 - Oud IPL- infarct + Opgetrokken ST-segmenten Pre-cordiaal]]
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  • [[DRJ_Case_1|ECG Case of the Month - (October 2010)]] ...olls.com/external/cardionetworks/what-kind-of-tachycardia-is-shown-on-this-ecg' width='600' height='200'</CSO_iFrame>
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  • [[File:E000069.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 33 - Groot Antero-Septaal Infarct Met Als Gevolg Congestieve CMP]]
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  • [[File:E000209.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 65 - Inc. Trifasc. Blok bij Myotone Dystrofie (progr. geleid. probl.)]]
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  • [[File:E000282.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 28 - LQTS Type 2 (obv een mutatie in het KCNH2-gen Thr61)]]
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  • [[File:E000316.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 41 - Gedil. CMP + LBTB + Tekenen van LVH (1 - AVL - V4 tm V6)]]
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  • [[File:E000027.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 1 - Tombstone Elevaties]]
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  • [[File:E000589.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 1 - A 64 year old woman with atrial fibrillation and left ventricular hyper
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  • Modern ECG equipment often includes some form of algorithm that performs a computer in ...iltered. This means that the ECG that is printed by the machine is not the ECG that is interpreted by the machine. Therefore one has to be very careful in
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  • <div style="top:+0.2em; font-size:95%;">a free electrocardiography (ECG) tutorial and textbook to which anyone can contribute ,<br /> designed for * [[ECG course|ECG course]]
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  • [[File:E000161.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 35 - PVC's In Bigeminie (chronisch)]]
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  • [[File:E000240.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 6 - Cor Vitium (1 Atrium - 1 Ventrikel)]]
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  • [[File:E000162.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 36 - PAC's + Compensatoire Pauze]]
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  • [[File:E000243.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 8 - Gepaced Ritme + PVC's]]
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  • ECG Case of the Month - (November 2010) ...='http://zohopolls.com/external/cardionetworks/what-rhythm-is-shown-on-the-ecg-and-what-may-be-the-cause' width='600' height='210'</CSO_iFrame>
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  • ECG Case of the Month - (December 2010) ...nal/cardionetworks/what-condition-most-likely-explains-the-changes-in-this-ecg' width='600' height='210'</CSO_iFrame>
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  • ECG Case of the Month - (January 2011)
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  • ECG Case of the Month - (March 2011)
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  • ECG Case of the Month - (April 2011) ...me> frameborder='0' src='http://zohopolls.com/external/cardionetworks/this-ecg-shows-intermittent-sinusrhythm-and-an-arrhythmia-what-is-the-arrhythmia-and
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  • ECG Case of the Month - (July 2011)
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  • [[File:E000113.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 4 - RBTB + Anticus Blok & 1e Graads-AV Blok]]
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  • [[File:E000231.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 76 - SR + PAC's]]
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  • [[File:E000298.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 35 - Mutatie In Natriumkanaal-gen (Gly1743-Gln-SCN5A gen)]]
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  • [[File:E000799.jpg|thumb|600px|left|This is an ECG from a 70 year old woman with severe coronary artery disease and recurrent
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  • [[File:E000031.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 6 - Acute LAD Laesie Met PVC's In Bigeminie]]
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  • [[File:E000066.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 30 - Oud VWI - Pathologische Q's V1-V4 + RBTB]]
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  • [[File:E000155.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 30 - SR + Eerste Graads AV Blok - RBTB + Verschillende PVC's]]
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  • # This ECG was made shortly after this patient had been resuscitated. The patient was
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  • ECG Case of the Month - (May 2011) ..._iFrame> frameborder='0' src='http://zohopolls.com/external/cardionetworks/ecg-of-a-28-year-old-man-with-atypical-chestpain-lead-v3-is-at-v4r-position-wha
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  • ...heart beat (pulse deficit 20 beats/min) and no further abnormalities. Her ECG is shown in figure 1 '''How would you judge this ECG?'''
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  • #[http://medstat.med.utah.edu/kw/ecg/ Dr AE Lindsay ECG learning center]
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  • [[File:Icba16.png|600px|thumb|left|Ladder diagram belonging to the above ECG]]
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  • [[File:E000722.jpg|thumb|600px|left|An ECG from a cardiac transplant patient showing sinus rhythm with one PVC, left a
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  • [[File:E000775.jpg|thumb|600px|left|An ECG from a cardiac transplant patient showing sinus rhythm with one PVC, left a
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  • [[File:E000777.jpg|thumb|600px|left|An ECG from a cardiac transplant patient showing sinus rhythm with one PVC, left a
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  • In pericarditis four stages can be distinguished on the ECG: Image:ptadepressieecg.png| The 12 lead ECG of this patient shows PTa depression, but no ST elevation
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  • ...mage:Fridericia.png|100px]].<cite>Fridericia</cite> They conclude that the ECG is not a good screening tool to find patients with a short QTc interval at [[File:Sqts.svg|thumb|Precordial ECG tracings of a patient with SQTS]]
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  • ...nduction|left bundle branch block (LBBB)]], infarct diagnosis based on the ECG is difficult. The baseline ST segments and T waves tend to be shifted in a ...ey are less specific.<cite>3</cite><cite>4</cite> In the GUSTO-1 trial the ECG criterion with a high specificity and statistical significance for the diag
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  • ...the ECG for the '''answers'''. Click on the ECG for '''enlargement of the ECG''' itself... *The ''[[De Voogt ECG Archive]]'' contains > 2000 categorized ECGs
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  • ...esults in termination in the slow pathway (terminates with retrograde P on ECG). ==How does an AVNRT show up on an ECG?==
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  • Ethnic differences in ECG parameters are commonly observed. A recent study investigated ethnic differ
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  • '''Q: This ECG shows intermittent sinusrhythm and an arrhythmia. What is the arrhythmia an
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  • <div style="top:+0.2em; font-size:95%;">a free electrocardiography (ECG) course and textbook to which anyone can contribute ,<br /> designed for medical pr * [[ECG course|ECG course]]
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  • [[File:E295.jpg|thumb|600px|left|This is an ECG from a 62 year old man with a low ejection fraction and a Thallium-201 stud
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  • [[Image:12leadLBTB.png|thumb| Left bundle branch Block on a 12 lead ECG.]] ...BTB002.jpg|thumb| Another example of Left bundle branch Block on a 12 lead ECG.]]
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  • ECG characteristics of hyperkalemia, high blood potassium: ECG-characteristics of hypocalcemia, low blood calcium:
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  • [[File:E000600.jpg|thumb|An example of an ECG with sinus arrhythmia. This was a young patient without any symptoms. This
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  • Left and right ventricular hypertrophy can be distinguished on the ECG: To diagnose left ventricular hypertrhophy on the ECG one of the following criteria should be met:
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  • [[Image:KJcasus5.jpg|700px|thumb|left|ECG MI 16. Click on image for enlargement.]] **Compare with the old ECG (not available, so skip this step)
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  • [[Image:ECG_RBTB_LAtrD.jpg|thumb| A 12 lead ECG with right bundle branch block, left axis (LAFB)(and [[P wave morphology|le ...fic definition of RBBB is given by the ACC/ESC consensus document<cite>ESC-ECG</cite>:
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  • [[File:ECG000032.jpg|thumb|300px|right|The ECG of a patient with CPVT in rest is normal]] [[File:ECG000033.jpg|thumb|300px|right|The ECG of the same patient with CPVT during exercise. Asterisks mark polymorphic v
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  • ...= WPW pattern + symptoms). Not all patients with a WPW ''pattern'' on the ECG are symptomatic. The prevalence of the WPW or pre-exitation pattern is rela ...ccessory bundle connects are the first to depolarize. This is shown on the ECG as a delta wave. The QRS-complex is somewhat widened (> 0.10 sec). Also the
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  • | caption1 = A Normal ECG ...d I. They are one of the most common causes of right axis deviation on the ECG!
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  • [[File:E0007921.jpg|thumb|600px|left|This is an ECG from a 67 year old man with a low ejection fraction. The patient is followe
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  • [[File:E0003163.jpg|thumb|600px|left|This is an ECG strip and an audio recording from a patient checking his Medtronic VVI pace
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  • ...ker one month before. The pacer was programed to VVI mode and AAI mode and ECG recordings were made. Also a PA and lateral chest x-ray was taken. The ques
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  • ...logical examinations (X-ray, echo) were without abnormalities. Part of the ECG is shown in figure 1. Only the extremity leads are shown (standard calibrat ms (rate slightly lower than 100 beats/min). The wide intervals on the ECG result from a blocked atrial impulse every fourth beat. The block is at the
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  • except for a relatively slow heart rate (45 beats/min). Her ECG is presented in figure 1.
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  • [[Image:KJcasus6.jpg|700px|thumb|left|ECG MI 17. Click on image for enlargement.]] **Compare with the old ECG (not available, so skip this step)
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  • ...echocardiography, 24-h ambulatory Holter monitoring, and exercise testing. ECG Features of cardiac diseases detectable at pre-participation screening in y ...eased with age and level of exercise. In young amateur athletes they found ECG abnormalities in about 7%, a number that rose to 40% in "adult elite athlet
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  • heart failure. The ECG on admission is shown in
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  • [[Image:Brugada.png|thumb|Typical ECG abnormalities in Brugada syndrome: ST elevation in V1-V3, without ischemia. [[Image:Brugada_ecg_characteristics.svg|thumb| Typical ECG abnormalities in Brugada syndrome]]
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  • '''Q: ECG of a 28 year old man with atypical chestpain. (Lead V3 is at V4R position).
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  • [[Image:SSS_ecg_001.jpg|thumb|ECG with Sick Sinus Syndrome. Rapid atrial fibrillation abruptly stops.]]
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  • '''Question: What rhythm is shown on the ECG and what may be the cause?'''
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  • ...abnormalities, nor does laboratory investigation or echocardiography. Her ECG is presented: leads II, III, aVF, and V4 to V6
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  • ...logical examinations (X-ray, echo) were without abnormalities. Part of the ECG is shown in figure 1. Only the extremity leads are shown (standard calibrat
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  • ==ECG algorithms to differentiate wide QRS-complex tachycardias== Several ECG algorithms have been developed to differentiate wide QRS-complex tachycardi
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  • ...this knowledge it is quite simple to recognize normal sinus rhythm on the ECG. ...s it is of great importance. Arrhythmias include the most life-threatening ECG abnormalities. In most settings, however, the rhythm will be sinus.
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  • Image:E000549.jpg| Case 2b: ECG from the same patient before the MI occured.
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  • ECG-characteristics:<cite>Wung</cite> ...sion or even elevation in II, III, and AVF) the distal LAD is occluded. An ECG that does not show any ST depression sugggests an occlusion after the origi
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  • [[Image:ami0006.jpg|700px|thumb|left|ECG MI 6]]
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  • ||'''ECG Criteria'''||'''Points'''
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  • ...dia''' (anterogarde conduction through the abnormal accessory bundle). The ECG shows wide QRS complexes followed by retrograde P-waves. The RP-time is >>
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  • ECG changes typical for digoxin '''use''' (digoxin = Lanoxin) are: ECG changes typical for digoxin '''intoxication''' are:
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  • ...ardiologist for medical advice. Physical examination was unremarkable; his ECG is shown in figure 1. An echocardiogram was completely normal.
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  • ...od by the RCA. Because no leads "look" at the posterior wall in the normal ECG, no leads show ST-elevation in case of a posterior wall infarction. The ST
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  • [[File:E000603.png|thumb|This ECG shows frequent premature beats from the right ventricular outflow tract]] If more than one VPB is present on the ECG, they can be:
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  • 2 ventricular premature beats are also shown in this ECG
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  • The '''Long QT Syndrome (LQTS)''' is characterized on the ECG by prolongation of the [[Conduction#The_QT_interval|heart rate corrected QT File:acquired_longQT.jpg|A 12-lead ECG of a patient with acquired long QT syndrome. Notice the QT prolongation. Th
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  • of a laterally displaced ictus cordis. His 12-lead ECG, shown in figure 1, was in sinus rhythm with some extrasystoles. The electr
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  • ...nus node cannot leave the node towards the atria. They are blocked. On the ECG this is expressed as a pause. SA exit block can be distinguished from [[sin
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  • ...ial infarction'''. That is why it is critical to recognize ischemia on the ECG in an early stage. ...efore, it may be difficult to estimate the duration of the ischemia on the ECG, which is crucial for adequate treatment.
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  • ...hy. BBR VT is extremely rare and this diagnosis is difficult to make on an ECG. However, during an [[EP study|electrophysiologic study]] this diagnosis ca
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  • ==ECG - Show== [[File:E000026.jpg|thumb|300px|right|ECG 1 - Tombstone Elevaties]]
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  • of a laterally displaced ictus cordis. His 12-lead ECG, shown in figure 1, was in sinus rhythm with some extrasystoles. The electr the case as shown in figure 2, which is the same ECG
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  • ==How do I begin to read an ECG?== [[Image:nsr.png|thumb| A short ECG registration of normal heart rhythm (sinus rhythm)]]
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  • ...sociated with a [[Conduction#The_QT_time|long QT interval]] on the resting ECG. Torsade de Pointes is typically initiated by a short-long-short interval. File:Torsades_de_Pointes_TdP.png|12-lead ECG of Torsades de Pointes (TdP) in a 56-year-old white female with a potassium
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  • ...metimes atrial fibrillation results in a course atrial flutter wave on the ECG, but the baseline can also be flat. A flat baseline is more often seen in l
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  • [[Category:ECG Course]]
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  • ==Normal neonatal ECG standards== |+Normal neonatal ECG standards<cite>schwarz1</cite>
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  • ...of relatively common forms of congenital heart disease and their potential ECG changes. Adapted from Khairy et al.<cite>khairy</cite> ...low amplitude QRS waves. RBBB and T wave inversion are not present on this ECG.]]
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  • ...an you should look for a [[Technical Problems|technical problem]] with the ECG, eg. movement or electrical interference.
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  • On the ECG, an atrial infarct manifests by rhythm changes and/or change of the [[PTa s
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  • ==How do I begin to read an ECG?== | caption1 = A short ECG registration of normal heart rhythm (sinus rhythm)
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  • .... A seperate chapter deals with [[Approach_to_the_Wide_Complex_Tachycardia|ECG algorithms to analyze wide complex tachycardias]]. ...complex from the right side. These are fusion complexes. Furthermore this ECG shows [[Technical Problems|baseline drift]], which is a technical artefact
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  • [[Image:epsilon_wave.png|thumb|ECG with an epsilon wave in V1]] == ECG in ARVD==
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  • ...the arrow in the above animation to change the heart axis and see how the ECG changes.''''' [[File:E000604.png|thumb|Another example of an ECG with a right heart axis]]
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  • :ECGpedia is an free online electrocardiography (ECG) course and textbook. All content is freely accessible. Anyone can contribute to th ...build a separate website, since an encyclopedia format does not allow the course- like setup of ECGpedia. It would also be difficult to incorporate informat
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  • ...ne for the steepest part of the T wave intersects with the baseline of the ECG. ]] On modern ECG machines, the QTc is given. However, the machines are not always capable of
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  • .... The configuration of ectopic complexes, or extrasystoles, as seen on the ECG, reveals its origin, whether they are [[Atrial_Premature_Complexes|atrial]] [[Image:parasystole_12lead.jpg|thumb|An example of parasystole on a 12 lead ECG]]
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  • ==ECG 2011== ==2010 ECG==
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  • Prior to 2009, ECG waveform definitions and measurement were based on inclusion of the R wave ...be performed to demonstrate that R wave downslope phenomena (Haïssaguerre ECG patterns<cite>24</cite><cite>25</cite>) can be used to predict individuals
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  • ..., which results in a fast sequence of p-waves in a sawtooth pattern on the ECG. For most AV-nodes this is way too fast to be able to conduct the signal to
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  • ...usly disturbed. The '''pacemaker rhythm''' can easily be recognized on the ECG. It shows '''pacemaker spikes''': vertical signals that represent the elect ...hm'''. As ventricular pacing occurs exclusively in the right ventricle the ECG shows a left bundle branch block pattern. An exception to this rule is left
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  • |nextname=Step 7+1: Compare with previous ECG ...t passive; it is an active process during which energy is consumed. On the ECG, the repolarization phase starts at the junction, or ''j point'', and conti
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  • | |[[Image:Normaal ecg.jpg|thumb|center|300px|An example of normal sinus rhythm.]] [[Category:ECG Course]]
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  • [[File:E000602.png|thumb|A 12 lead ECG with a atrial extrasystole. The fourth QRS complex is preceded by an AES]]
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  • ...ed depolarization of the upper anterior part of the left ventricle. On the ECG this results in left axis deviation. The QRS width is <0.12 seconds in isol [[Category:ECG Textbook]]
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  • |Description='''Case 100'''<br/>Try to interprete this ECG using the 7+2 step method Look at the consecutive ECGs in this patient. ...the ECG for the '''answers'''. Click on the ECG for '''enlargement of the ECG''' itself...
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  • [[Category:ECG Textbook]]
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  • *Is this my patient's ECG or is this an artifact? (applies especially in stressfull situations)
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  • ...and a [[Conduction|left or right bundle branch block]] can be seen on the ECG.
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  • ===ECG Recordings=== *[[McGill Case 179|A rate responsive pacemaker with respiratory sensor An ECG strip from the pacemaker clinic.]]
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  • ==ECG - Show==
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  • The history of the ECG goes back more than one and a half centuries. ...nt for measuring (and recording) electricity - this is essentially what an ECG is; a sensitive galvanometer.
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