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Bradyarrhythmias: Three Degrees of AV-Block

by Julianna Jung, MD, FACEP
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    The lecture Bradyarrhythmias: Three Degrees of AV-Block by Julianna Jung, MD, FACEP is from the course Cardiovascular Emergencies and Shock.


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    1. PR interval < 200 ms
    2. Normal P
    3. Normal QRS
    4. 1:1 P:QRS ratio
    5. PR interval is constant
    1. A third-degree AV-block
    2. Normal P
    3. Normal QRS
    4. Progressively longer PR intervals
    5. Dropped QRS
    1. Prolonged PR intervals
    2. A second degree AV-block
    3. Normal P
    4. Normal QRS
    5. Dropped QRS
    1. P always precedes a QRS complex
    2. Normal P
    3. Normal to wide QRS
    4. Normal P-P interval
    5. Normal R-R interval
    1. Emergency treatment is always necessary for first degree AV-block
    2. Mobitz II AV-blocks are located below the AV node
    3. Third degree AV-blocks can be caused by anterior myocardial infarction
    4. AV-nodal blockers are contraindicated in second degree AV-block
    5. Mobitz I AV-blocks are located within the AV node

    Author of lecture Bradyarrhythmias: Three Degrees of AV-Block

     Julianna Jung, MD, FACEP

    Julianna Jung, MD, FACEP


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