EKG Interpretation Practice - Answer


This is Sinus Tachycardia. Typical features for this type of EKG rhythm include the following: Heart rate that is fast (> 100 bpm) and rhythm that is regular. The P wave is typically normal, may merge with t wave at very fast rates and the PR interval is normal (0.12-0.20 sec). The QRS Complex is normal (0.06-0.10 sec). QT interval shortens with increasing heart rate.

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These pages present practice EKG rhythm strips for interpretation. We also provide a related EKG interpretatation tutor which provides the opportunity to analyze key EKG features with immediate feedback. The buttons to the right can be used to reach our short courses on many types of arrhythmias.