Copa-cardiogram week 54 (7/20/16)
This week's content:
Your first & last name
To truly call the rhythm sinus, what P-wave criteria should be met?
List quick differential for left axis deviation
What is the "syphilis of electrocardiography"?
Name a few ways you can distinguish LAFB from LPFB (refer to Dr. Mattu's handwritten table)
List a quick differential for wide QRS complexes
Check the two findings that together represent a bifascicular block (check two)
Left anterior fasiscular block (LAFB)
Left posterior fasiscular block (LPFB)
Right fascicular block
Left bundle branch block (LBBB)
Right bundle branch block (RBBB)
When combined with the two findings above, what additional finding makes a trifascicular block? (check one)
1st degree AV block
2nd degree AV block, type 1
2nd degree AV block, type 2
3rd degree AV block (AV dissociation)
What is the clinical significance of a trifascicular block?
According to Dr. Mattu, what is the baseline of the EKG, to which the ST segment should be compared?
The PR segment
The average of the TP and PR segments
The TP segment
The ST segments of other adjacent beats
Which two are the "high lateral" leads? (check 2)
EKG of the week (not necessarily related to today's content)
Please give your interpretation.
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