By M. T. Anderson
It's time for Lily, Katie, and Jasper to move domestic from their fascinating Delaware experience, however the lousy Autarch's spies and goons are all over the place, and it's transparent that *they* produce other plans for our 3 intrepid heroes. Chock choked with ups, downs, twists, turns, or even a band of sentient lobsters scuffling with at the aspect of excellent, this fourth installment of the buddies in danger sequence is every piece as wild, wacky, and fantastically outrageous because the first 3.
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An appropriate P wave axis (upright in Leads I and aVF) 3. qxd 9/14/06 10:37 AM Page 21 Day 1—The Basics VIII. Systematic approach to ECG interpretation A. , atrial flutter with 4:1 AV block) 1. Supraventricular 2. Ventricular B. , sinus rhythm and ventricular tachycardia) 1. Supraventricular 2. Ventricular C. , right or left atrial abnormalities) D. PR interval E. QRS complex 1. Axis 2. , in left ventricular hypertrophy (LVH), right ventricular hypertrophy (RVH), or low voltage] 3. , with right bundle branch block [RBBB], left bundle branch block (LBBB), or fascicular blocks] 4.
Echocardiography and other newer imaging techniques, not the electrocardiogram (ECG), are the gold standards for assessing chamber size and wall thickness. B. In general, the sensitivities of the following criteria are moderate (in the range of 50%), and the specificities are very high (> 90%). Right atrial abnormality (Day 2-1) A. 5 mm (historically referred to as P pulmonale). B. P wave axis is frequently >70°. Left atrial (LA) abnormality A. In most forms of acquired LA abnormality, the commonest manifestation is a wide (>40 msec) and deep (>1 mm) terminal portion of the P wave in V1.
The P wave axis 1. The normal P wave axis is quite restricted in its range (15°–75°) because of the location of the SA node in the upper right corner of the right atrium. 2. The P wave should obviously be upright in Leads I and aVF. VI. Determining heart rate A. If the rhythm is regular, the rate can be determined by the distance between complexes. B. If the rhythm is irregular, the rate can be determined by counting the number of beats in 6 sec and multiplying by 10. VII. Sinus rhythm A. Sinus rhythm is defined as: 1.
Agent Q, or the Smell of Danger! (Pals in Peril, Book 4) by M. T. Anderson