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EKG arrhythmia (dysrhythmia) recognition quiz and game.

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    • EKG Rhythm Quiz 1 – Rhythm RecognitionFabulous Nurse Magazine
    • A Fabulous Nurse Magazine andHarrington Educational Partners Production © 2012 All Rights Reserved
    • EKG EKG EKG EKG EKGRhythm 1 Rhythm 1 Rhythm 1 Rhythm 1 Rhythm 1Recognition Recognition Recognition Recognition Recognition $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500
    • Your patient’s HR is 60 beats/min. The rhythm is regular with one “P” wave for each “QRS.” PR interval is .18 and QRS width is .10. What is your patient’s rhythm?Return to Main Board Answer
    • Normal Sinus Rhythm Return to Main Board
    • What does a QRS >0.10 denote?Return to Main Board Answer
    • Bundle Branch Block Return to Main Board
    • This rhythm may be regular or irregular depending on conduction ratio. Hallmark sign is a pattern of multiple “sawtooth” p waves to each QRS.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Atrial Flutter Return to Main Board
    • An atrioventricular rhythm in which the PR interval progressively lengthens until QRS is dropped.Return to Main Board Answer
    • 2* AVB Type 1 aka Wenckebach Return to Main Board
    • A shockable rhythm with no well defined QRS. Totally disorganized electrical activity which may be fine or coarse. Never presents with a pulse.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Ventricular Fibrillation Return to Main Board
    • Regular rhythm. Normal QRS. One p wave per QRS. PR interval > 0.20Return to Main Board Answer
    • First Degree AV Block (1* AVB) Return to Main Board
    • Ventricular rhythm. Wide complex QRS. Heart rate 30-40.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Idioventricular Rhythm (IVR) Return to Main Board
    • Early escape beat. Wide complex QRS. QRS unlike the rest of patient’s rhythm.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Premature Ventricular Contraction (PVC) Return to Main Board
    • Rhythm charcaterized by a total absence of ventricular activity.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Asystole Return to Main Board
    • This rhythm originates from the SA node. Is slightly irregular fluctuating with patient’s respirations.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Sinus Arryhthmia Return to Main Board
    • Irregular R-R interval. Atrial rate >350. P wave not discernible.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Atrial Fibrillation Return to Main Board
    • Originates from SA node. Regular ventricular and atrial rhythm. Heart rate < 60.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Sinus Bradycardia Return to Main Board
    • Early “P” wave followed by narrow complex QRS. PR interval normal.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Premature Atrial Contraction (PAC) Return to Main Board
    • Wide complex rhythm originating from the ventricles. Rate 140 – 200. Can present with or without a pulse.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Ventricular Tachycardia Return to Main Board
    • AV nodal rhythm. Narrow complex. PR <0.12. P wave may be inverted and/or seen after the QRS. Regular R-R HR 40-60Return to Main Board Answer
    • Junctional Rhythm Return to Main Board
    • Spikes precede atrial and/or ventricular beats.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Pacemaker Rhythm Return to Main Board
    • AV nodal rhythm. Narrow complex. PR <0.12. P wave may be inverted and/or seen after the QRS. Regular R-R HR 60-140Return to Main Board Answer
    • Accelerated Junctional Rhythm orJunctional Tachycardia Return to Main Board
    • Regular R-R. P waves march out. QRS may be wide or narrow. More Ps than QRSs.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Second Degree AV Block Type II or Mobitz II Return to Main Board
    • Normal QRS and PR interval. Regular ventricular and atrial rhythm. HR >100Return to Main Board Answer
    • Sinus Tachycardia Return to Main Board
    • Originates from Atrium. Unable to measure PR interval. QRS normal. Regular atrial and ventricular rhythm. HR 150-250Return to Main Board Answer
    • Atrial Tachycardia Return to Main Board
    • Early beat originating from the AV node. PR interval <0.12. Or no P wave before QRS.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Premature Junctional Contraction Return to Main Board
    • Organized rhythm on the monitor with no palpable pulse.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Pulseless Electrical Activity (PEA) Return to Main Board
    • Ventricular rhythm. Wide complex QRS. Heart rate 60-100.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Accelerated Idioventricular Rhythm Return to Main Board
    • SA node ceases to pace. An automaticity focus escapes to become the permanent pacer maintaining patient’s inherent rate.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Sinus Arrest Return to Main Board
    • Total block of conduction to the ventricles. P waves have no relationship to QRS. Ventricular rate usually < 40.Return to Main Board Answer
    • Complete Heart Block (3* AVB) Return to Main Board
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    • Fabulous Nurse Magazinewww.fabulousnurse.com © 2012 All Rights Reserved