RIGHT BUNDLE BRANCH
BLOCK
Different
presentations of
RBBB in ECG
illustrations

DR. SHAZIA
Normal Ventricular Conduction
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Normal Conduction
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fibers of LBB begin conduction
impulse travels across
interventric...
RBBB
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RBBB in V1
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no change in initial impulse
travel
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impulse depolarizes LV by
itself since RBBB
RV depolari...
Right Bundle Branch Block
Criteria
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QRS duration ≥ 110ms
rSR’ pattern or notched R wave in V 1
Wide and slurred S wa...
R-R Pattern in RBBB and LBBB
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RBBB AND
LBBB
BBB Recognition
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Use V1
Find Terminal force
Identify direction of terminal force
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Downward  LBBB
Upward  RB...
BBB Recognition
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Terminal Force in V1
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direction of deflection prior to J point

J point
ECG ILLUSTERATIONS

COMPLETE RBBB
INCOMPLETE RBBB; rSR pattern with normal
QRS duration
INTERMITTANT RBBB WITH SINUS
RHYTHM
RBBB and LAFB
IDENTIFY QUESTIONS

ANS:COMPLETE RBBB
ANS: RBBB with left anterior fascicular block
ANS. INCOMPLETE RBBB
ANS: INTERMITTENT RBBB
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Right bundle branch block

  1. 1. RIGHT BUNDLE BRANCH BLOCK Different presentations of RBBB in ECG illustrations DR. SHAZIA
  2. 2. Normal Ventricular Conduction  Normal Conduction   fibers of LBB begin conduction impulse travels across interventricular septum from left to right   travels across ventricles causing depolarization of both simultaneously   towards + electrode creates small r wave LV contributes most to complex impulse travels away from + electrode creates primarily negative complex
  3. 3. RBBB  RBBB in V1  no change in initial impulse travel    impulse depolarizes LV by itself since RBBB RV depolarized by impulse thru muscle   small r wave it now contributes to complex travels toward + electrode creating positive deflection
  4. 4. Right Bundle Branch Block Criteria    QRS duration ≥ 110ms rSR’ pattern or notched R wave in V 1 Wide and slurred S wave in I and V 6
  5. 5. R-R Pattern in RBBB and LBBB
  6. 6. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RBBB AND LBBB
  7. 7. BBB Recognition    Use V1 Find Terminal force Identify direction of terminal force    Downward  LBBB Upward  RBBB Picture a Steering Wheel   Right turn  turn signal goes up Left turn  turn signal goes down
  8. 8. BBB Recognition  Terminal Force in V1  direction of deflection prior to J point J point
  9. 9. ECG ILLUSTERATIONS COMPLETE RBBB
  10. 10. INCOMPLETE RBBB; rSR pattern with normal QRS duration
  11. 11. INTERMITTANT RBBB WITH SINUS RHYTHM
  12. 12. RBBB and LAFB
  13. 13. IDENTIFY QUESTIONS ANS:COMPLETE RBBB
  14. 14. ANS: RBBB with left anterior fascicular block
  15. 15. ANS. INCOMPLETE RBBB
  16. 16. ANS: INTERMITTENT RBBB

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