Full list of ECG results
ECG Interpretation Introduction–
Eight key areas of knowledge necessary to understand a normal ECG.
ECG Interpretation: Bundle Branch Block–
The pattern of ECG changes associated with right and left bundle branch block are predictable and you must be able to recognize them on the ECG.
ECG Interpretation: Atrio-Ventricular Block–
Dysfunction of the AV node or diffuse damage to components of the ventricular conducting system can result in a delay or even failure of transmission of atrial depolarisation into the ventricular muscle mass. This situation is referred to as atrioventricular or AV block.
Time and the ECG: Part 2–
Timing major events of the cardiac cycle.
Time and the ECG: Part 1–
Using rhythm strips to measure minutes and calculate heart rates.
ECG Interpretation: AV Nodal Re-entrant Tachycardia–
Understanding the underlying mechanism of AVNRT: when an unfortunately timed atrial ectopic and two strands of conducting tissue with opposite electrical properties in the junctional region of the heart establish a rapidly discharging, self sustaining, re-entrant loop of depolarising current, which will be discharged distally into the ventricles and atria.
ECG Interpretation: Atrial Fibrillation & Flutter–
Recognition of atrial fibrillation on the ECG is a crucial skill as the arrhythmia increases the risk of stroke and heart failure.