RU EKG Class 9 - RU EKG Use & Interpretation Class #9:...

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Unformatted text preview: RU EKG Use & Interpretation Class #9: Axis, BBB, and Hypertrophy Presented by Carol J. Sadley, M.Ed., PA-C March 22, 2011 /HWV VWDUW ZLWK D OLWWOH UHYLHZ IURP before break: MI, Ischemia, ACS. 5HPHPEHU WR ORRN IRU DQ\ UHG IODJV ILUVW items that the history suggests about acute MI (ST elevations, Q waves, inverted T waves) Then look for less serious events (ST depressions) Finally, state the rate and rhythm of the EKG. 67 y/o female, feels faint :KDWV WKH UK\WKP ? Treatment ? Third degree/complete heart block Treat with pacemaker insertion A 54 y/o male presents w/ CP x 4 KRXUV :KDWV WKH G[" :K\" http://www.ecglibrary.com/ami.html Acute anterolateral wall MI ST elevation in I, AVL, V2-V5 W/ reciprocal changes in III, AVF A 52 y/o female with indigestion. What 2 main cardiac diagnoses could this be? And how could we make the correct diagnosis? Non-STEMI vs. Angina Plan : order cardiac enzymes 55 yr old male with chest pain x 4 hours: Is he having an MI? Why/why not? We know he had an IWMI in past; but he has LBBB, so no acute MI dx now. Axis Deviation /HWV OHDUQ KRZ WR GHFLGH LI RXU (.* KDV D normal or abnormal axis Mean QRS Vector and Axis 'RZQ DQG WR SWV OHIW EKG Axis Determination :KRV WULDQJOH" 'U (LQWKRYHQ Normal 12-lead EKG...
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2012 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 101 taught by Professor Michaelleyton during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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