ECG Quiz

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Can you name the problem from the ECG description?

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Observed in ECGWhat's the problem?
Positive QRS in both I and aVF; what quadrant?
Negative QRS in lead I and aVF; what kind of deviation?
V1 S-wave + V5 R-wave > 35mm
Normal ECG trace with random absences of the P-wave
Absent or inverted P-waves; what is pacing the heart
Normal ECG trace with an unexpected wide QRS complex
Increasing P-R interval until a P-wave without a QRS complex appears
Prominent Q-waves in V1-V4
P-R interval greater than 200ms
Smaller sinusoidal ECG
Messy P-waves and HR under 100 bpm
Messy P-waves and HR greater than 100 bpm
Lead not used in infarction identification
V1; bimodal P-wave; larger positive portion
V1; bimodal P-wave; larger negative portion
Prominent Q-waves in I and aVL
Observed in ECGWhat's the problem?
3 P-waves without QRS complexes:1 P-wave with QRS
Bimodal R-wave in V1 or V2?
Large sinusoidal ECG
Negative lead I QRS and positive lead aVF QRS; what kind of deviation?
QRS complexes occur independent of P-waves
Decreasing QRS complex from V1-V6
ST elevation
Upsloping ST depression; need more testing? Yes or No?
Bimodal R-wave in V5 or V6?
Multiple non-sensical P-waves
Prominent Q-waves in II, III, aVF
Slow, inconsistent QRS complex spacing; what is pacing the heart?
Q-wave > 40ms
Which ST depression is more severe: upsloping or horizontal?
ST depression
V5 most isoelectric; direction of rotation?

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Created Feb 28, 2012ReportNominate
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