EKG Worksheet

EKG Worksheet - Emily Wozobski EXSC405L: Lindsey Bogachus...

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Emily Wozobski EXSC405L: Lindsey Bogachus Monday, 11:00 a.m. October 5, 2009 EKG Worksheet 1. Underlying rate (circle one) ________ bpm: Normal (60-100 bpm) Bradycardia (< 60 bpm) Tachycardia (>100 bpm) 2. Underlying rhythm - Circle all P-waves - Are P-waves present to each QRS? Y / N ; Are the P-waves upright? Y / N ___ • If yes to both: Sinus rhythm (select one that is appropriate) ___ 1) Normal rate and regular rhythm: normal sinus rhythm ___ 2) Normal rate and irregular rhythm: sinus arrhythmia ___ 3) Rate <60 bpm and regular rhythm: sinus bradycardia ___ 4) Rate >100 bpm and regular rhythm: sinus tachycardia ___ • If inverted P-waves: Junctional rhythm ___ • If no P-waves: ___ 1) No p-wave and normal QRS width: junctional rhythm ___ 2) No- p-wave and wide (>.12) WRS: ventricular rhythm 3. Examine Premature Beats - Are there any premature beats? Y / N • If yes to the above, determine the origin and select one of the following ___ 1) PAC : normal, upright P-wave and normal QRS width
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