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Test Questions 5-9 - Course # 316-9

Question #5

Which feature is most closely associated with First Degree Heart Block rhythm?

A. Wide & bizarre QRS complexes
B. PR interval measuring greater than 0.20 seconds
C. Pronged QT interval
D. Three or different shaped P waves




Question #6

Which feature is most closely associated with Second Degree Type I?

A. Repetitious pattern of prolonging P-R intervals with a missing QRS complex
B. P to P waves and QRS complex intervals are constant, but at two distinctly different rates
C. Prolonged P-R intervals without a missing QRS complex
D. Constant P-R intervals with missing QRS complexes




Question #7

Which feature is most closely associated with Complete Heart Block?

A. Repetitious pattern of prolonging P-R intervals with a missing QRS complex
B. P to P waves and QRS complex intervals are constant, but at two distinctly different rates
C. Prolonged P-R intervals without a missing QRS complex
D. Constant P-R intervals with missing QRS complexes




Question #8

Which feature is most closely associated with Second Degree Heart Block Type II?

A. Repetitious pattern of prolonging P-R intervals with a missing QRS complex
B. P to P waves and QRS complex intervals are constant, but at two distinctly different rates
C. Prolonged P-R intervals without a missing QRS complex
D. Constant P-R intervals with missing QRS complexes




Question #9

In Third Degree Heart Block, the tracing demonstrates a narrow, normal appearing QRS complex at a rate of 52. Which region of the heart is the likely locus of stimulation?

A. SA node
B. Bachmann’s bundle
C. Central fibrous body
D. Bundle of His
E. Purkinje network







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