Junctional Tachycardia Rhythm ECG Review
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by Nurse Sarah
6d ago
This abnormal rhythm originates from the electrical components within the AV junction, such as the AV node or the bundle of His. These structures exhibit increased automaticity, causing them to fire more quickly than usual. However, the primary pacemaker of the heart, the SA node, is unable to function as the main conductor due to ..read more
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Layers of Heart Wall Anatomy Quiz
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by Nurse Sarah
2w ago
Heart layers quiz question for anatomy! Before taking this quiz, don’t forget to watch the lecture on the layers of the heart wall (coming soon) and to review the notes (coming soon). Also, check out our other anatomy and physiology lectures. Heart Layers Anatomy Quiz 1.Answer questions 1-6 by using the image above: Identify the ..read more
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Accelerated Junctional Rhythm ECG Review
Registered Nurse RN
by Nurse Sarah
2w ago
This abnormal rhythm originates from the electrical components in the AV junction, primarily the AV node or potentially the bundle of His, as a result of increased automaticity. This indicates that the cells in the AV node are more energized than usual, leading to accelerated function, resulting in the heart beating consistently without external stimulation ..read more
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Junctional Tachycardia ECG Rhythm Quiz
Registered Nurse RN
by Nurse Sarah
1M ago
ECG quiz on junctional tachycardia rhythm for nurses! This quiz will test your knowledge on how to identify junctional tachycardia, characteristics of the rhythm, the nurse’s role, and treatments. Don’t forget to check out our free series on ECG interpretation and other review quizzes. Junctional Tachycardia Quiz 1. Which statement is true about junctional tachycardia ..read more
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Junctional Escape Rhythm ECG Review
Registered Nurse RN
by Nurse Sarah
1M ago
This irregular rhythm occurs when the primary pacemaker of the heart (SA node) functions too slowly or malfunctions. Consequently, alternative pacemaker structures located in the AV junction of the heart initiate the heartbeat. These structures serve as a backup, preventing the heart from entering cardiac standstill, as they step in when the SA node fails ..read more
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Accelerated Junctional Rhythm ECG Quiz
Registered Nurse RN
by Nurse Sarah
1M ago
ECG quiz on accelerated junctional rhythm for nurses! This quiz will test your knowledge on how to identify accelerated junctional rhythm, characteristics of the rhythm, the nurse’s role, and treatments. Don’t forget to check out our free series on ECG interpretation and other review quizzes. Accelerated Junctional Rhythm ECG/EKG Quiz 1. Which statement below is ..read more
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Junctional Escape Rhythm ECG Quiz
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by Nurse Sarah
2M ago
ECG quiz on junctional escape for nurses! This quiz will test your knowledge on how to identify junctional escape, characteristics of the rhythm, the nurse’s role, and treatments. Don’t forget to check out our free series on ECG interpretation and other review quizzes. Junctional Escape Rhythm Quiz (ECG) 1. Junctional escape rhythms originate from which ..read more
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How To Check Blood Sugar with a Glucometer
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by Nurse Sarah
3M ago
If you want to check your blood sugar at home, this quick tutorial will demonstrate the key steps involved. Before you begin, it’s important to always read and follow the glucometer’s instructions and/or your healthcare facility’s protocols. Each meter is different in the steps required to perform the procedure, including collecting the sample, using the ..read more
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Coronary Artery Anatomy Quiz
Registered Nurse RN
by Nurse Sarah
4M ago
This quiz will test your knowledge on the anatomy of the coronary arteries of the heart. The nurse must be familiar with where the coronary arteries are located and what parts of the heart they supply. There are two main coronary arteries: right and left coronary artery. Each coronary artery arises from the ascending aorta ..read more
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Angina (Stable, Unstable, Variant) Types Nursing Review
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by Nurse Sarah
4M ago
Angina is a fancy term for chest pain. This is a type of chest pain that occurs when blood flow to the heart muscle (hence the myocardium) is restricted by the coronary arteries. Chest pain is a warning sign from the body that the heart is not receiving enough blood, and if it doesn’t get ..read more
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