What the Heck

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Chapter 6 Heart 1. Papillary, atrial ventricular 2. Right bundle branch 3. PAT 4. EKG 5. .5 and 5 6. Small coronary veins, ventricle 7. Right atrial ventricular, systole 8. Pectinate 9. Serous, pericardial 10. 1st, Ludd 11. Normal sinus rhythm 12. AV node 13. P, depolarization, sinoatrial 14. Isoelectric point 15. Quiescent period 16. QRS complex 17. Einthoven 18. 12, 1, 3 19. 3 20. Cardiomegaly 21. Fibrillation 22. ? 23. Infarction 24. ? 25. Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome 26. Lidocaine 27. Beta adrenergic blocking agents 28. Thiazide diuretic 29. Third degree heart block 30. Nitroglycerin 31. Total peripheral resistance 32. Decrease 33. Flutter 34. Tachycardia 35. Bradycardia 36. Auscultation 37. Diastole, failure 38. Cardiac cycle 39. J 40. Intercalated discs 41. Bundle of his 42. SA node, posterior right atrial 43. Contraction 44. Aortic semilunar valve 45. Pulmonary 46. Ascending 47. Autonomic nervous system 48. U, kalemia 49. P-R interval 50. Junction rhythm, pacemaker, escape 51. Atrial fibrillation 52. ? 53. ? 54. Tetralog of fallot, stenosis, hypertphy 55. Ischemia 56. Ectopic focus, episodic 57. Congestive heart failure 58. QRS complex 59. Cardiomegaly, cardiomyopathy 60. Injury 61. Stenosis, atherosclerosis 62. Atrial tachycardia, life threatening 63. Multifocal atrial, polymorphic, multiform, ectopic 64. Dropped 65. Sinus tachycardic, 100 66. T, ischemia 67. Enzymes 68. 52 69. Electrocardiogram 70. Fossa ovalis 71. Coronary sinus, right 72. RAV, LAV, PSV 73. Pulmonary trunk 74. Action potentials 75. 3 76. Visceral pericardium,…...

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