ECG

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USA - Cardiopulmonary Quiz on ECG, created by Ben Williams on 10/23/2017.

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Question 1

Question
Label the ECG Wave.
Answer
  • P-wave
  • PR-segment
  • PR-interval
  • QT-interval
  • QES-complex
  • ST-segment
  • T-wave
  • U-wave

Question 2

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Which stage of the ECG-wave represents Atrial Depolarization?
Answer
  • P-wave
  • QRS-complex
  • T-wave
  • U-wave

Question 3

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Which stage of the ECG-wave represents Ventricular Depolarization?
Answer
  • P-wave
  • QRS-complex
  • T-wave
  • U-wave

Question 4

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Which stage of the ECG-wave represents Ventricular Repolarization?
Answer
  • P-wave
  • QRS-complex
  • T-wave
  • U-wave

Question 5

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Atrial Fibrillation is characterized by which of the following descriptions of an ECG-wave?
Answer
  • Absent P-waves with irregularly irregular QRS-complexes
  • Sawtooth patterned QRS-complexes
  • Sine wave
  • Absent P-waves with wide QRS-complexes

Question 6

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Atrial Flutter is characterized by which of the following descriptions of an ECG-wave?
Answer
  • Absent P-waves with irregularly irregular QRS-complexes
  • Sawtooth patterned QRS-complexes
  • Sine wave
  • Absent P-waves with wide QRS-complexes

Question 7

Question
Ventricular Flutter is characterized by which of the following descriptions of an ECG-wave?
Answer
  • Absent P-waves with irregularly irregular QRS-complexes
  • Sawtooth patterned QRS-complexes
  • Sine wave
  • Absent P-waves with wide QRS-complexes

Question 8

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Ventricular Tachycardia is characterized by which of the following descriptions of an ECG-wave?
Answer
  • Absent P-waves with irrularly irregular QRS-complexes
  • Sawtooth patterned QRS-complexes
  • Sine wave
  • Absent P-waves with wide QRS-complexes

Question 9

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Which of the following are valid methods to calculate HR from an ECG?
Answer
  • The heart rate can be determined by identifying 6-seconds on the electrocardiogram paper and counting the number of QRS complexes in the 6- second strip. The number of QRS complexes in 6 seconds multiplied by 10 gives the heart rate for 1 minute. HR = #QRS * 10
  • First, find a specific R wave that falls on a heavy black line. Then count off “300, 150, 100, 75, 60, 50” for each heavy black line that follows until the next R wave falls. To find the specific heart rate, determine the difference in rate between the dark lines that encircle the R wave (e.g., 300 − 150 = 150), and divide this number by 5 (the number of small boxes between the dark lines). Between 150 and 300, the distance between each small box is equivalent to 30 beats. Between 100 and 150, the distance between each small box represents 10 beats.
  • Count the number of large boxes between two R waves and divide this number into 300. HR = 300 / #LargeBoxes
  • Count the number of large boxes between the R waves, multiply this number by 5, and divide the product into 1500. HR = 1500 / (#LargeBoxes * 5)
  • The heart rate can be determined by identifying 6 seconds on the electrocardiogram paper and counting the number of QRS complexes in the 6- second strip. The number of QRS complexes in 3-seconds multiplied by 10 gives the heart rate for 1 minute. HR = #QRS * 10
  • The heart rate can be determined by identifying 6 seconds on the electrocardiogram paper and counting the number of QRS complexes in the 6- second strip. The number of QRS complexes in 10-seconds multiplied by 10 gives the heart rate for 1 minute. HR = #QRS * 10
  • Count the number of large boxes between two R waves and divide this number into 1500. HR = 1500 / #LargeBoxes
  • Count the number of large boxes between the R waves, multiply this number by 5, and divide the product into 300. HR = 300 / (#LargeBoxes * 5)

Question 10

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Which of the following are characteristic of Sinus Bradycardia?
Answer
  • HR < 60 bpm
  • HR > 100 bpm
  • RR interval varies throughout
  • RR interval is regular, but occasional pauses appear
  • P-waves are inverted, absent, or retrograde
  • ST-segment elevation

Question 11

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Which of the following are characteristic of Sinus Tachycardia?
Answer
  • HR < 60 bpm
  • HR > 100 bpm
  • Arrhythmic P-wave and QRS-complex
  • P-waves may be merged with previous T-wave
  • P-waves are inverted, absent, or retrograde
  • P-waves are absent

Question 12

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Which of the following are characteristic of Sinus Arrhythmia?
Answer
  • RR interval varies throughout
  • HR < 60 bpm
  • HR > 100 bpm
  • P-waves and RR-intervals vary
  • P-waves may be merged with previous T-wave
  • ST-segment elevation

Question 13

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Which of the following are characteristic of Sinus Pause/Block?
Answer
  • RR interval is regular, but occasional pauses appear
  • HR < 60 bpm
  • Arrhythmic P-wave and QRS-complex
  • P-waves running independent of QRS-complexes
  • Extra QRS-complexes that are wide and bizarre-looking
  • The ECG results in a picture of grossly irregular up and down fluctuations of the baseline in an irregular zigzag pattern.

Question 14

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Which of the following are characteristic of Wandering Atrial Pacemaker?
Answer
  • P-waves and RR-intervals vary
  • Sine wave
  • Absent P-waves with wide QRS-complexes
  • Absent P-waves with irregularly irregular QRS-complexes
  • Arrhythmic P-wave and QRS-complex
  • P-waves are inverted, absent, or retrograde

Question 15

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Which of the following are characteristic of Premature Atrial Complex?
Answer
  • Arrhythmic P-wave and QRS-complex
  • Absent P-waves with wide QRS-complexes
  • Sawtooth patterned QRS-complexes
  • Absent P-waves with irregularly irregular QRS-complexes
  • HR between 40- and 60-bpm
  • HR > 100-bpm

Question 16

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Which of the following are characteristic of Atrial Tachycardia?
Answer
  • P-waves may be absent
  • PR-intervals and RR-intervals vary
  • HR between 100- and 200-bpm
  • Arrhythmic P-wave and QRS-complex
  • HR < 60 bpm
  • PR-interval prolonged (>0.20-seconds)

Question 17

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Which of the following are characteristic of Paroxysmal Atrial Tachycardia?
Answer
  • P-waves may be merged with previous T-wave
  • PR-intervals may be difficult to determine
  • ST-segment may be elevated or depressed
  • HR >= 160-bpm
  • P-waves are inverted, absent, or retrograde
  • HR between 40- and 60-bpm

Question 18

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Which of the following are characteristic of Premature Junctional Complexes?
Answer
  • P-waves are inverted, absent, or retrograde
  • HR between 40- and 60-bpm
  • HR between 100- and 200-bpm
  • P-waves and RR-intervals vary
  • RR interval varies throughout
  • Sawtooth patterned QRS-complexes

Question 19

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Which of the following are characteristic of Junctional Rhythm?
Answer
  • P-waves may be absent or retrograde
  • HR between 40- and 60-bpm
  • HR > 100-bpm
  • Sawtooth patterned QRS-complexes
  • Absent P-waves with irregularly irregular QRS-complexes
  • 3+ PVCs occur in a row

Question 20

Question
Which of the following are characteristic of Junctional Tachycardia
Answer
  • P-waves may be absent or retrograde
  • HR > 100-bpm
  • P-waves running independent of QRS-complexes
  • The ECG results in a picture of grossly irregular up and down fluctuations of the baseline in an irregular zigzag pattern.
  • T-waves inverted
  • ST-segment elevation

Question 21

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Which of the following are characteristic of 1st Degree AV Heart Block?
Answer
  • PR-interval prolonged (>0.20-seconds)
  • Progressive prolongation of the PR interval until finally one impulse is not conducted through to the ventricles (no QRS-complex following a P wave). The cycle then repeats itself.
  • Extra QRS-complexes that are wide and bizarre-looking, without a P wave, and followed by a complete compensatory pause.
  • ST-segment elevation
  • The ECG results in a picture of grossly irregular up and down fluctuations of the baseline in an irregular zigzag pattern.
  • Arrhythmic P-wave and QRS-complex

Question 22

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Which of the following are characteristic of 2nd Degree AV Heart Block - Type 1?
Answer
  • Progressive prolongation of the PR interval until finally one impulse is not conducted through to the ventricles (no QRS-complex following a P wave). The cycle then repeats itself.
  • 2-4 extra P-waves before each QRS-complex
  • P-waves running independent of QRS-complexes
  • HR > 100-bpm
  • ST-segment elevation
  • T-waves inverted, or ST-segment depression

Question 23

Question
Which of the following are characteristic of 2nd Degree AV Heart Block - Type 2?
Answer
  • 2-4 extra P-waves before each QRS-complex
  • P-waves running independent of QRS-complexes
  • HR between 30- and 50-bpm
  • PR-interval prolonged (>0.20-seconds)
  • P-waves may be absent or retrograde
  • ST-segment elevation

Question 24

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Which of the following are characteristic of 3rd Degree AV Heart Block?
Answer
  • P-waves running independent of QRS-complexes
  • HR between 30- and 50-bpm
  • PR-interval prolonged (>0.20-seconds)
  • 2-4 extra P-waves before each QRS-complex
  • Progressive prolongation of the PR interval until finally one impulse is not conducted through to the ventricles (no QRS-complex following a P wave). The cycle then repeats itself.
  • P-waves may be absent or retrograde

Question 25

Question
Which of the following are characteristic of Premature Ventricular Complexes (PVC)?
Answer
  • Extra QRS-complexes that are wide and bizarre-looking, without a P wave, and followed by a complete compensatory pause. ST-segments and T-waves for these extra QRS-complexes may slope in the opposite direction.
  • P-waves running independent of QRS-complexes
  • HR between 30- and 50-bpm
  • PR-interval prolonged (>0.20-seconds)
  • Progressive prolongation of the PR interval until finally one impulse is not conducted through to the ventricles (no QRS-complex following a P wave). The cycle then repeats itself.
  • Ventricular Rate between 100- and 250-bpm

Question 26

Question
Which of the following are characteristic of Ventricular Tachycardia?
Answer
  • P-waves are absent
  • 3+ PVCs occur in a row
  • Ventricular Rate between 100- and 250-bpm
  • P-waves running independent of QRS-complexes
  • The ECG results in a picture of grossly irregular up and down fluctuations of the baseline in an irregular zigzag pattern.
  • PR-intervals and RR-intervals vary

Question 27

Question
Which of the following are characteristic of Ventricular Fibrillation?
Answer
  • The ECG results in a picture of grossly irregular up and down fluctuations of the baseline in an irregular zigzag pattern.
  • Absent P-waves with irregularly irregular QRS-complexes
  • Absent P-waves with wide QRS-complexes
  • Sawtooth patterned QRS-complexes
  • Sine wave
  • HR > 100 bpm

Question 28

Question
Which of the following are characteristic of Ischemia?
Answer
  • T-waves inverted
  • ST-segment depression
  • ST-segment elevation
  • HR < 60 bpm
  • Sine wave
  • Absent P-waves with irregularly irregular QRS-complexes

Question 29

Question
Which of the following are characteristic of Acute-MI?
Answer
  • ST-segment elevation
  • ST-segment depression
  • T-waves inverted
  • The ECG results in a picture of grossly irregular up and down fluctuations of the baseline in an irregular zigzag pattern.
  • HR < 60 bpm
  • P-waves may be absent

Question 30

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • 1st Degree Heart Block
  • 2nd Degree Heart Block Type 1
  • Atrial Tachycardia
  • Sinus Arrhythmia

Question 31

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • 2nd Degree Heart Block - Type 1
  • 2nd Degree Heart Block - Type 2
  • Acute MI
  • Sinus Bradycardia

Question 32

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • 2nd degree heart block - type 2
  • 1st degree heart block
  • Premature Junctional Complexes
  • Sinus Pause

Question 33

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • 3rd Degree Heart Block
  • 3rd Degree Heart Block - Type 2
  • Sinus Pause
  • Ventricular Fibrillation

Question 34

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Acute MI
  • Atrial Fibrillation
  • Ventricular Fibrillation
  • Sinus Tachycardia

Question 35

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Atrial Fibrillation
  • Sinus Bradycardia
  • Normal Sinus Rhythm
  • Ventricular Flutter

Question 36

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Atrial Flutter
  • Atrial Fibrillation
  • PVC
  • Ischemia

Question 37

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Atrial Tachycardia
  • Sinus Bradycardia
  • Sinus Arrhythmia
  • Ventricular Tachycardia

Question 38

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Ischemia
  • Acute MI
  • PVC
  • Wandering Atrial Pacemaker

Question 39

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Junctional Rhythm
  • Ventricular Fibrillation
  • Ventricular Tachycardia
  • Sinus Pause

Question 40

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Junctional Tachycardia
  • Sinus Tachycardia
  • Ventricular Tachycardia
  • Ventricular Flutter

Question 41

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Normal Sinus Rhythm
  • Sinus Arrhythmia
  • Ventricular Tachycardia
  • Atrial Tachycardia

Question 42

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Paroxysmal Atrial Tachycardia
  • Normal Sinus Rhythm
  • Sinus Bradycardia
  • Premature Atrial Complex

Question 43

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Premature Atrial Complex
  • Premature Ventricular Complex
  • Wandering Atrial Pacemaker
  • Normal Sinus Rhythm

Question 44

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Premature Junctional Complex
  • Sinus Arrhythmia
  • Ventricular Fibrillation
  • Normal Sinus Rhythm

Question 45

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Premature Ventricular Complex
  • Premature Atrial Complex
  • Sinus Tachycardia
  • Normal Sinus Rhythm

Question 46

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Sinus Arrhythmia
  • Sinus Bradycardia
  • Sinus Tachycardia
  • Normal Sinus Rhythm

Question 47

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Sinus Bradycardia
  • Ventricular Tachycardia
  • Sinus Tachycardia
  • Normal Sinus Rhythm

Question 48

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Sinus Pause
  • 3rd degree heart block
  • Acute MI
  • Ischemia

Question 49

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Sinus Tachycardia
  • Sinus Bradycardia
  • Normal Sinus Rhythm
  • Ventricular Tachycardia

Question 50

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Ventricular Fibrillation
  • Ventricular Flutter
  • Atrial Fibrillation
  • Atrial Flutter

Question 51

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Ventricular Flutter
  • Ventricular Fibrillation
  • Atrial Flutter
  • Atrial Fibrillation

Question 52

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Ventricular Tachycardia
  • Atrial Tachycardia
  • Sinus Bradycardia
  • Normal Sinus Rhythm

Question 53

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Ventricular Tachycardia
  • Acute MI
  • Chronic MI
  • Ventricular Flutter

Question 54

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What does this ECG show?
Answer
  • Wandering Atrial Pacemaker
  • Sinus Bradycardia
  • Premature Junctional Complex
  • Normal Sinus Rhythm

Question 55

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Calculate the HR from this ECG.
Answer
  • 50 bpm
  • 80 bpm
  • 120 bpm
  • 100 bpm
  • 220 bpm

Question 56

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Calculate the HR from this ECG.
Answer
  • 100 bpm
  • 50 bpm
  • 120 bpm
  • 80 bpm
  • 220 bpm

Question 57

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Calculate the HR from this ECG.
Answer
  • 220 bpm
  • 100 bpm
  • 50 bpm
  • 80 bpm
  • 120 bpm

Question 58

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Calculate the HR from this ECG.
Answer
  • 80 bpm
  • 120 bpm
  • 220 bpm
  • 100 bpm
  • 50 bpm

Question 59

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Calculate the HR from this ECG.
Answer
  • 120 bpm
  • 80 bpm
  • 220 bpm
  • 100 bpm
  • 50 bpm
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