identify with + or − signs which half of the circle will be positive and which half will be negative.

A. In this illustration showing lead I, identify with + or − signs which half of the

 

circle will be positive and which half will be negative.

B. In this illustration showing lead aVF, identify with + or − signs which half of

the circle will be positive and which half will be negative.

C. When the left ventricle is enlarged, the axis of the heart moves

a. leftward.

b. rightward.

c. upward.

d. lower.

D. The axis shifts because the sum of the electrical impulses in the enlarged ventricle is

a. equal on both sides of the heart.

b. greater on the left than the right.

c. lesser on the left than the right.

d. greater on the bottom than the top.

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Characteristics of sinus bradycardia include?

A. Sinus bradycardia   a. often occurs naturally. b. is considered abnormal in athletes. c. is often seen in Wolff–Parkinson–White syndrome. d. is caused by increased sympathetic stimulation. B.  Characteristics….

Match the following sinus dysrhythmias with the correct description.

A.  With sinus arrest, the escape mechanism that follows the pause in electrical   activity may arise from the a. SA node. b. AV junction. c. ventricles. d. All of….

Why is it important to check for a pulse when there are premature beats in the rhythm?

A. Why is it important to check for a pulse when there are premature beats in the rhythm? B. Premature atrial complexes a. are typically preceded by an inverted P9….