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  • [[Category:ECG Course]]
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  • ==Normal neonatal ECG standards== |+Normal neonatal ECG standards<cite>schwarz1</cite>
    7 KB (847 words) - 21:17, 25 June 2010
  • ...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.
    2 KB (218 words) - 08:13, 24 February 2010
  • On the ECG, an atrial infarct manifests by rhythm changes and/or change of the [[PTa s
    1 KB (206 words) - 04:24, 6 May 2009
  • ==How do I begin to read an ECG?== | caption1 = A short ECG registration of normal heart rhythm (sinus rhythm)
    17 KB (2,621 words) - 21:17, 14 January 2021
  • .... 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==
    11 KB (1,611 words) - 13:20, 5 May 2013
  • ...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
    6 KB (1,038 words) - 18:15, 26 August 2012
  • ...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
    8 KB (1,291 words) - 05:29, 13 September 2021
  • .... 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==
    8 KB (1,335 words) - 18:10, 7 August 2013
  • 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
    14 KB (2,055 words) - 14:54, 25 February 2013
  • ..., 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
    2 KB (230 words) - 18:21, 10 June 2012
  • ...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
    7 KB (954 words) - 17:32, 24 June 2010
  • |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]]
    2 KB (287 words) - 08:39, 12 January 2011
  • [[File:E000602.png|thumb|A 12 lead ECG with a atrial extrasystole. The fourth QRS complex is preceded by an AES]]
    2 KB (368 words) - 20:36, 23 June 2013
  • ...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...
    25 KB (3,561 words) - 21:22, 25 June 2010
  • [[Category:ECG Textbook]]
    4 KB (472 words) - 19:09, 23 August 2011
  • *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.
    4 KB (546 words) - 12:04, 22 April 2010
  • ===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==
    14 KB (1,758 words) - 12:12, 10 August 2011
  • 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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