EKG/ECG Interpretation (Basic) : Easy and Simple!



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Hello fellow nurses…

26 Comments

  1. Thank you so much for this video/ channel. Ive learned it easily. The way you discuss is so clear.

  2. Thank you for this good work, only I have a note, when you use the 6 second method, is it for the frequency? Because when we look for rhythm, we observe that every wave P is followed by a complex QRS. Is it?

  3. Is it just me or are others irked when someone goes on a rant , especially one with a lot of vitriol and name calling , and then ends with, "Peace'" Huh?

  4. This was very easy to understand, thank you so much! You have helped answer one of my assessment questions! I really appreciate the clarity used in your explanation! I have subscribed to your channel! You should be lecturing and teaching new students as well πŸ™‚

  5. Guys why does the Q wave initially go down before ventricular depolarization? Is that because of the atrial repolarization effect, or does the Q wave need to become more polarized first in order for the ventricular depolarization to take place? Why wouldn't the first P wave just be flat until the depolarization happens to the ventricles?

  6. Thank you for making such an easy form to make us understand the topic of ECG..I am lucky to select your video which helped me and my wife for the preparation of a ppt on ECG..
    Keep making such Videos.. thanks once again..☺️

  7. can you be my lecturer instead? HAHA ur explanation is so simple and clear!! Thank you

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