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Electrocardiography for Healthcare Professionals

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Quiz 6 :

Atrial Dysrhythmias

Quiz 6 :

Atrial Dysrhythmias

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What is the atrial rate in atrial flutter?
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B

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In a premature atrial complex (PAC), the P wave may be biphasic. This means that:
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A

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What kind of impulse causes atrial dysrhythmias?
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C

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How many different P wave configurations in the same lead indicate a wandering atrial pacemaker (WAP)?
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A cardiac cell or group of cells that produces an ectopic beat is known as a:
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What is the rate of multifocal atrial tachycardia (MAT)?
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What occurs immediately prior to ventricular systole when blood is ejected from the atria into the ventricles?
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Multifocal atrial tachycardia (MAT)is usually triggered by congestive heart failure (CHF), acute mitral valve regurgitation, or an acute attack of:
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Which atrial dysrhythmia has capital F waves and a classic sawtooth or picket fence appearance?
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Which atrial dysrhythmia has a cardiac complex that occurs too soon and may have abnormal P waves, but other than being ''early,'' has no other abnormal features?
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Multifocal atrial tachycardia (MAT)is sometimes confused with which of the following dysrhythmias?
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WAP is a normal finding in children, older adults, and well-conditioned athletes. It may also be found in patients with:
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Identify the following rhythm: img
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Identify the following rhythm: img
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What is the rate of wandering atrial pacemaker rhythm (WAP)?
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Identify the following rhythm: img
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What medical conditions place pressure on the atria, causing atrial dysrhythmias to occur?
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Which statement correctly describes the P wave in multifocal atrial tachycardia?
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A pattern in which every third complex is a premature beat is referred to as:
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What term describes the ability of the heart to initiate an electrical impulse without being stimulated by another or independent source?
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