For our healthcare student friends, and anyone else fighting the AXIS of evil! Super Axis Man (SAM) is here to help understand Axis on the ECG
ST depression from subendocardial ischemia does not localise... look for a reciprocal STEMI! ECG anatomy correlation MI localization
ECG features of sinus arrhythmia. Sinus rhythm with beat-to-beat variation in the P-P interval producing an irregular ventricular rate.
In normal sinus rhythm, pacemaking impulses arise from the SA node and are transmitted to the ventricles via the AV-node and His-Purkinje system
Atrial flutter is a type of supraventricular tachycardia caused by a re-entry circuit within the right atrium
A review of normal T wave morphology as well common abnormalities including peaked, hyperacute, inverted, biphasic, 'camel hump' and flattened T waves