ECG FINDINGS

ECG FINDINGS

1. Hypothermia → Elevation of the j-point — Osborne wave.

2. Hyperkalemia → peaking (tenting) of T-wave, ↓-P-wave amplitude, widening of the QRS interval, cardiac arrest with sine wave (in severe Hyper kalemia)

3. Hypokalemia → Prominent ‘U’-wave, prolongation of ‘QT’ interval.

4. Hypocalcemia → Prolong QT interval

5. Hyper calcemia — Short QT interval.

6. Digitalis toxicity — short QT interval with “scooping” of the ST-T wave comples (i.e. Depression of ST-T segment)

7. Sub arachnoid Hemorrhage→ “CVAT-wave” pattern → marked QT prolongation with deep wide T-wave inversions

8. M.I → T-wave inversion

Related Questions Cardiovascular System

1. Hypothermia → Elevation of the j-point — Osborne wave.

2. Hyperkalemia → peaking (tenting) of T-wave, ↓-P-wave amplitude, widening of the QRS interval, cardiac arrest with sine wave (in severe Hyper kalemia)

3. Hypokalemia → Prominent ‘U’-wave, prolongation of ‘QT’ interval.

4. Hypocalcemia → Prolong QT interval

5. Hyper calcemia — Short QT interval.

6. Digitalis toxicity — short QT interval with “scooping” of the ST-T wave comples (i.e. Depression of ST-T segment)

7. Sub arachnoid Hemorrhage→ “CVAT-wave” pattern → marked QT prolongation with deep wide T-wave inversions

8. M.I → T-wave inversion