AVI
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Veins

Veins

EKG

EKG

18.5 Pacemaker cells trigger action potentials throughout the heart: Human Anatomy and Physiology

18.5 Pacemaker cells trigger action potentials throughout the heart: Human Anatomy and Physiology

ECG Paper

ECG Paper

MI progression

MI progression

ECG interpretation flow chart

ECG interpretation flow chart

By combining the different ECG leads, you can view different parts of the heart. For example, leads V1 through V4 view the anterior surface of the heart. Leads I and aVL view the lateral surface of the heart. The inferior surface of the heart can be visualized in leads II, III, and aVF. These leads can show ischemia, injury, and necrotic changes and can provide information about the corresponding heart surface,

By combining the different ECG leads, you can view different parts of the heart. For example, leads V1 through V4 view the anterior surface of the heart. Leads I and aVL view the lateral surface of the heart. The inferior surface of the heart can be visualized in leads II, III, and aVF. These leads can show ischemia, injury, and necrotic changes and can provide information about the corresponding heart surface,

ECG/EKG and the importance of Potassium (K+). In short, very important for sustaining cardiac rhythm.

ECG/EKG and the importance of Potassium (K+). In short, very important for sustaining cardiac rhythm.

ECG waves - in preparation for my unit getting monitored beds! Arrhythmia class here I come...

ECG waves - in preparation for my unit getting monitored beds! Arrhythmia class here I come...

☤ MD ☞☆☆☆ EKG injuries. #ECG

☤ MD ☞☆☆☆ EKG injuries. #ECG