OSCE STATION PEDIATRIC ECG

Pediatric ECG basics, useful for identification of common rhythm abnormalities in OSCE examination

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2 comments:

  1. Thanks for such good n precise ECG basics
    Sir,
    Avoiding the
    -improper lead placement (relating to position),
    -loose connections
    -Percussion or physiotherapy
    we can prevent the artifact 1,3 n 5
    But how about the 2nd(( when a non medico person is with patient which occurs in General Medicine specially with elderly patient)?

    and also tell us regarding Muscle Or 60 cycle electrical interference..........

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  2. Hello dear, i didn't understand the first part of question kindly elaborate
    The second one, i am sure u must have seen. A thick looking ECG line and many unaware of it blame the machine.It is usually because of poor grounding/earthing of the ECG machine,
    Faulty earthing produces electrical interference and causes a thick unclear line, that's it
    As for as muscle tremor is concerned, The heart is not the only thing in the body that produces measurable electricity. When your skeletal muscles undergo tremors, the ECG shows random activity.

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