EKGtest - 1 The hearts electrical axis is 59 degrees In normal trasing which lead will have the most positive deflection a Lead 2 2 The thick

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1. The hearts electrical axis is 59 degrees. In normal trasing which lead will have the most positive deflection? a. Lead 2 2. The thick middle tissue layer of the heart is the? a. Myocardium 3. an elevation of the ST segment is associated with? a. Myocardial injury 4. passage of the electrical current away from the positive will cause deflection on the recorder? a. negative 5. the dysrhythmia characterized by each impulse arriving at the AV junction being progressively 6. any time the axis equals or exceeds +105 degrees the patient is said to have? a. Right axis deveation 7. Two electrodes of opposite polarity are utilized they are called? a. Bipolar 8. Leads 1, 2, 3 are? a. Bipolar 9. Myocardial ischemia results in? a. St segment depression with or with out T wave inversion 10. In lead 2, the negative electrode is placed on the? a. Right arm and positive is placed on left leg 11. Which of the following ECG findings is LEAST anticipated in a patient experiencing a MI? a.
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2010 for the course PAR 100 taught by Professor Alan during the Spring '10 term at Miramar College.

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EKGtest - 1 The hearts electrical axis is 59 degrees In normal trasing which lead will have the most positive deflection a Lead 2 2 The thick

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