How to read an Electrocardiogram (ECG). Part One: Basic principles of the ECG. The normal ECG

How to read an Electrocardiogram (ECG). Part One: Basic principles of the ECG. The normal ECG

How to read an Electrocardiogram (ECG). Part One: Basic principles of the ECG. The normal ECG

How to read an Electrocardiogram (ECG). Part One: Basic principles of the ECG. The normal ECG

How to read an Electrocardiogram (ECG). Part One: Basic principles of the ECG. The normal ECG

How to read an Electrocardiogram (ECG). Part One: Basic principles of the ECG. The normal ECG

How to read an Electrocardiogram (ECG). Part One: Basic principles of the ECG. The normal ECG

How to read an Electrocardiogram (ECG). Part One: Basic principles of the ECG. The normal ECG

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Normal ECG / EKG #EKG #CardiovascularSystem

Normal ECG / EKG #EKG #CardiovascularSystem

Normal ECG in 6 precordial leads

How to read a normal ECG(Electrocardiogram)?

Normal ECG in 6 precordial leads

Normal ECG

How to read a normal ECG(Electrocardiogram)?

A normal ECG has P wave, QRS complex and T wave. P wave shows atria are about to contract. QRS complex means ventricles are about to contract. T wave shows ventricles are about to relax.

Normal ECG (lead II). The action potentials from an atrial (green curve) and a ventricular fibre (blue curve) are show. The direction of propagating waves in the frontal plane is shown on the right, with their relation to the ECG waves.

The action potentials from an atrial (green curve) and a ventricular fibre (blue curve) are show. The direction of propagating waves in the frontal plane is shown on the right, with their relation to the ECG waves.

ECG Learning Center - An introduction to clinical electrocardiography  "Early Repolarization": note high take off of the ST segment in leads V4-6; the ST elevation in V2-3 is generally seen in most normal ECG's; the ST elevation in V2-6 is concave upwards

ECG Learning Center - An introduction to clinical electrocardiography "Early Repolarization": note high take off of the ST segment in leads the ST elevation in is generally seen in most normal ECG's; the ST elevation in is concave upwards

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