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Instructors' Collection ECG: Normal ECG in Seven-year-old Girl

Fri, 12/07/2018 - 14:44 -- Dawn

The Patient:   This ECG was obtained from a seven-year-old girl who was complaining of mild, non-specific chest pain.  A medical workup found no structural or electrical abnormalities, and her pain resolved without treatment.  This is a good ECG to illustrate some of the ECG findings that are normal at this age, which might not be normal in adults or in infants.

The ECG: A general description of this ECG would include:

·         Normal sinus rhythm at 87 bpm

·         Normal frontal plane QRS axis at 60 degrees

·         PR interval:  .132 second (132 ms)

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Mon, 06/11/2018 - 16:12 -- Dawn

This ECG Guru website exists for the purpose of sharing teaching resources with anyone who teaches ECG or Cardiology classes.  It can be difficult to find non-copyrighted and free images to use in presentations.  Often, those resources that are available are too small to reproduce well for a handout or projector.  Our website seeks to fill this gap to make it easier for more people all over the world to receive ECG education.

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