QRS Complex | wave atrial depolarization qrs complex ventricular depolarization t ...

QRS Complex | wave atrial depolarization qrs complex ventricular depolarization t ...

The PR interval progressively lengthens with each beat until the atrial impulse is not conducted and the QRS complex is dropped (Wenckebach phenomenon); AV nodal conduction resumes with the next beat, and the sequence is repeated.

The PR interval progressively lengthens with each beat until the atrial impulse is not conducted and the QRS complex is dropped (Wenckebach phenomenon); AV nodal conduction resumes with the next beat, and the sequence is repeated.

This rhythm reflects Mobitz Type I AV block or Wenkebach, which is not usually secondary to structural abnormalities when the QRS complex is narrow, but is vagally mediated instead. Increased vagal tone occurs in the young or the athletic with frequencies ranging from 2 to 10%. No treatment is necessary unless the patient is symptomatic.

This rhythm reflects Mobitz Type I AV block or Wenkebach, which is not usually secondary to structural abnormalities when the QRS complex is narrow, but is vagally mediated instead. Increased vagal tone occurs in the young or the athletic with frequencies ranging from 2 to 10%. No treatment is necessary unless the patient is symptomatic.

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Special Investigations In Cardiology: Radiology And Electrocardiography (ECG)

Special+Investigations+In+Cardiology:+Radiology+And+Electrocardiography+(ECG)

What is a J-point elevation?        J-point is the point at which the QRS complex meets the ST wave. #nurse

What is a J-point elevation? J-point is the point at which the QRS complex meets the ST wave. #nurse

Ventricular fabrilation - no identifiable p waves- QRS complex -or T waves

Ventricular fabrilation - no identifiable p waves- QRS complex -or T waves

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