Normal Ecg?

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The electrocardiogram (ECG) measures heartbeats. Each heartbeat has a P wave, a QRS complex, an ST segment and a T wave. Normal P waves are less than 2.5 mm high and 0.11 seconds wide, a QRS complex should be less than 0.12 seconds long, the ST segment should not display any elevation or depression, while the T wave should not be tall, flattened or inverted.
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The electrocardiogram measures the electrical currents of the heart by also recording the heart rate, atrial enlargements and also ventricular hypertrophies. For more information,
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A normal QT interval should be less than 0.45 seconds. Unless you know how to read an ECG, don't freak yourself out by trying to measure it. It can be prolonged by drugs (prescription
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A normal ECG will have a heart rate of 6o - 100 BPM. Each P wave will be followed by a QRS complex and T waves. P wave = atrial depolarization QRS = Ventricular depolarization T waves
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