Please answer the following questions to complete Exercise Set 2 of the Animated Rhythms Preliminary Review.
ARC Preliminary Review Set #2 Copy
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The _____ is the time measured from the beginning of the QRS complex to the end of the T-wave.CorrectIncorrect
The _____ represents the repolarization (visible) of the ventricles.CorrectIncorrect
_______ is the time required for the signal to propagate across the AV node (end of P-wave to beginning of QRS complex).CorrectIncorrect
In First Degree AV Block, the PR interval is ____.CorrectIncorrect
Depending on the block in Atrial Flutter, the rhythms may be regular or ______ . This is in contradistinction to classic Atrial Fibrillation where the rhythm is ALWAYS irregular.CorrectIncorrect
Second degree AV block Mobitz II is characterized by a _____ PR interval when the P-Wave is conducted. The other P-waves are simply not conducted.CorrectIncorrect
Second degree AV block Mobitz I (Wenckebach) is characterized by a ____ of the PR interval until a P-wave is dropped.CorrectIncorrect
“R on T phenomena”refers to a time when an electrical stimulus can strike the latter portion of the T-wave in the “vulnerable period” (when the ventricles are hypersensitive). This might trigger _______ and possible sudden death. Hence, a PVC during this time is particularly dangerous.CorrectIncorrect
The treatment mode for a patient in Ventricular Fibrillation is IMMEDIATE _______.CorrectIncorrect
_______ is the waveform representing the depolarization of the atrial myocardium.CorrectIncorrect