1. Ventricular depolarization:
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3. Atrial depolarization :1
4. Electrical activity is not changing. there is a delay in the conduction at the atri
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scenario will ask you to analyze an ECG trace and to think critically.
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Part A - What an ECG represents
Which of th
Applying your knowledge of electrical events to the ECG
Now that you have had practice with the electrical events of the heart and where these are located on an ECG, you can think critically about the cardiac cycle. There are a total of four
Predict which portion of a normal ECG masks the wave that would be produced by the missing electrical signal from Part F.
O QRS complex
0 P-R segment
0 S-T segment
0 T wave
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These activities change heart rate by changing the balance of parasympathetic and sympathetic stimulation of the heart. Sort each of the activities according to
whether it decreases or increases heart rate.
Drag the appropriate items to their respective b
Match the term in the left column to the blanks near their denition on the right.
Stroke volume (5") 1. : the volume of blood in one ventricle before contraction
Heart rate (HR)
2. : the volume of blood per heart beat pumped out by one ventricle
Rank these events in the order in which they occur in the heart.
Twavel Atrial contraction (systole) I Ventricular relaxation (diastole) I QRS complex I P wave I Ventricular contraction (systole) I
Predict the changes in heart rate, stroke volume, and cardiac output for each of the following conditions by lling out the table below.
Drag the appropriate labels to their respective targets.
Heart rate Cardiac
(HR) Output (CO)
Intrinsic Conduction System
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