Occasionally, we like to feature a normal ECG. It is important to start with the characteristics of the normal ECG when learning to recognize “abnormal”. Of course, there are many variations in ECGs considered to be normal. Once a student recognizes the features of the normal ECG, it becomes possible to recognize “abnormal” and then learn the clinical ramifications of the abnormalities.
Sometimes, when teaching a class, it can actually be a challenge to find a good example of "normal" for your students. We all tend to collect the ECGs that are "interesting" or unusual. It is very important for students to fully recognize "normal" before they can appreciate "abnormal". Here is a nice example of a normal 12-Lead for you.
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