No, DDD is not a bra size…
“Longer, longer, longer, DROP– now you have a Wenckebach”
Generally, the amplitude of the T wave goes up and down, proportional to the K+ level. The QT interval generally lengthens and shortens opposite to Ca2+ levels.
“A fib is seen in 25%-30% of patients after cardiac surgery- the most common arrhythmia observed following open heart surgery.”
Click here for a quick overview of the cardiac cycle and the corresponding waveforms.
Maybe Dierks Bentley would settle for a slow down, but your heart shouldn’t.
“If the R is far from the P, then you have a first degree.”