Those who have severe symptoms from an arrhythmia may be treated
emergently with a .... Some of these arrhythmias are harmless (though distracting
for patients) but many of them ... Normal sinus rhy...
Learn about the types of seismic waves: Body and Surface wave. ... Those waves
that are the most destructive are the surface waves which generally ... as the
Earth's inner layers, from the focus of an earthquake to distant points on the
These are the waves that do the most damage to our buildings, highways, etc. ...
To apply those ideas to earthquake studies, think of the earthquake location as
the ... Secondary , or S waves, travel slower than P waves and are also called ...
These waves are defined by the type of motion of a particle in the path of the
wave. ... varies with their wavelength but always travel slower than P and S
These vibrations, called seismic waves, travel outward in all directions and are ...
the location on the surface of the earth directly above the focus of an earthquake.
.... Because S waves travel slower than P waves, they always arrive at locations
... But the waves that traveled farthest, those that had to pass through the core of ...
These travel slower than P-waves. ... These and other earthquake waves
originate from the focus, which is the actual location of the earthquake's origin. ....
sunspots and the Sun is spewing out many more of those charged particles than
These changes are generally slow, and most humans are rarely aware of ... But
earthquakes are much more common than this figure indicates. .... in shallow-
focus earthquakes (such as those along the San Andreas Fault), to more than ...
Seismic waves originate at the hypocenter, and then bend and reflect as they
If a PVC occurs early enough (especially if the heart rate is slow), it may ... (
Remember, the PR interval following an interpolated PVC is usually longer than
normal, not shorter!). .... With AV dissociation these giant a-waves occur
irregularly. ... to the normal sinus activation of the ventricles and partly from the
A. Characterized by heart rate greater than 100 ... Heart rate: normal, 60 - 100 or
slow, 40 - 60 ... B. P waves will have different configuration that sinus P waves. C.
These rhythms, especially if very rapid, can affect ventricular filling time and
diminish ... A. Occurs when an ectopic atrial focus occurs so early that the AV
We now understand that these plates have motion. ... Difference Between
Earthquake Focus and the Epicenter? ... When we spoke about seismic waves
we mentioned that they originate from different areas. ... Does this affect those
theories? ... It is also slower than the P wave (s wave, slow wave, I made that