Rhythms (Part 1)
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Welcome to Part 1 of Rhythms!
Rhythm assessment is one of the key aspects of intepreting any ECG. The next two sections will cover all of rhythms. We will start at the top of the conduction system and make our way down. This first section will be dedicated to sinus and atrial rhythms, and the next section will be dedicated to AV junctional and ventricular rhythms. We will review the underlying physiology of each rhythm to ensure you understand WHY you seee WHAT you see on the EKG, which is essentially our goal for just about every lesson.

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  • Total lessons: 15
  • HIGH-YIELD learning time: ~1.5 hours
  • Maximum quiz time: <1.5 hours
  • Explain the mechanism of various sinus and atrial rhythms
  • Describe the ECG features associated with various sinus and atrial rhythms
  • Identify various sinus and atrial rhythms on a 12-lead ECG
  • Describe the clinical significance of various sinus and atrial rhythms
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Anthony Kashou, MD
The EKG Guy | USA