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Question Answered step-by-step Cardiac Rhythm QuizCARDIAC RHYTHM QUIZ? ( 1 point each)PART 1: Multiple Choice. Encircle the correct answer.1.     A regular rhythm with a heart rate of 125 bpm with identical P waves occuring before each QRS complex is:a.     Sinus Bradycardiab.     Normal Sinus Rhythmc.     Ectopic Atrial Tachycardiad.     Atrial Fluttere.     Sinus Tachycardia2.     An irregular rhythm at 195 bpm with no discernable P wave is known as:a.     Atrial Fibrillation with RVRb.     Multifocal Atrial Tachycardiac.     Atrial Flutterd.     Ectopic Atrial Tachycardiae.     Accelerated Idioventricular3.     A common cause of Left Bundle Branch Block is;a.     Hypertensionb.     Coronary artery diseasec.     Dilated cardiomyopathyd.     Rheumatic heart diseasee.     All of the above4.     Which region of the 12-lead ECG represents an Inferior MIa.     II, III, AVFb.     I, AVL, V5,V6c.     VI, V2d.     V3, V4e.     None of the above5.     Which part of the ECG represents ventricular repolarization?a.     P waveb.     PR intervalc.     QRS complexd.     ST segmente.      T wavePART 2:  TRUE  or FALSE. Encircle the Correct Answer. (1 point each).1.     An accelerated junctional rhythm is a junctional rhythm over 100 bpm.a.     TRUEb.     FALSE2.     Normal duration of the PR interval is 0.33 to 0.47 secondsa.     TRUEb.     FALSE3.     A QT  interval is considered prolonged if it is between 0.36- 0.44 secondsa.     TRUEb.     FALSE4.     The normal duration for the PR interval is 0.12- 0.20 secondsa.     TRUEb.     FALSE5.     Tall peaked, symmetrical T waves are most suggestive of hypokalemia.a.     TRUEb.     FALSE Health Science Science Nursing NURSING NSG430 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)

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