a) Counting the number of squares between two consecutive QRS complexesb) Multiplying the number of QRS complexes in the rhythm strip by six
a) P waves can be an indication of atrial enlargement, in the form of P mitrale and P pulmonale.b) QRS complexes can be evaluated for right or left bundle branch blocks or abnormal Q waves in the precordial leadsc) Are the T waves of a normal height? Or are they tall and tented? Are there new T wave inversions?d) Is there QTc prolongation?
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