Evaluating atrial rhythm in heart strip
Practice strips and drills. ventricular rhythm heart illustration These EKG differences are covered on our atrial rhythms training module as well as in practice strips which You must evaluate a scrolling waveform rather than a paper tracing.
Cardiac Rhythm Strips
Introduction to Atrial Rhythms
Description:A Q wave is significant if it is greater than 1 box wide 0. In general, T waves are in the same direction as the largest deflection of the QRS normally the R wave. T wave changes can be primary or secondary. T wave changes caused by bundle branch block or ventricular hypertrophy are secondary. T wave looks like an isosceles triangle.