Read the information presented 2 5 points In 100 200 words or less how is an

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Read the information presented: 2.(5 points) In 100-200 words or less, how is an EKG performed? Why is it important for a patient to remain still while the EKG is being conducted? 3.(10 points) What do the results of EKGs tell physicians? 4. ( 10 points ) In 100-200 words or less, explain: What does the P wave deflection represent? What does the QRS wave represent? What does the T wave represent? Be concise but very precise in your answer. 5. ( 10 points ) Refer to the two EKGs again. Using what you’ve learned about P, QRS, and T waves, describe the differences in the waves and intervals in the two EKGs conducted on Samantha. Use correct terminology based on the fact that you've now acquired new knowledge. This is a key question. Apply the terminology ( e.g. , P, QRS, T wave tracings, repolarization, depolarization, and other medical terms) in your description. Be concise but very precise in your answer. 6.(5 points) What was the plan on discharge of Samantha? What discharge instructions were given to her?
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  • Spring '19
  • Rousse, Justin R.
  • Cardiology, Cardiac electrophysiology, QRS complex, Electrocardiography, Heart rate monitor, Samantha Runyan

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