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Category: Cardiology--->Electrocardiographic Interpretation
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Question 1#Print Question

The ECG changes in the figure below:

are diagnostic of:

a. Pericardial effusion
b. Chronic lung disease
c. Mitral valve disease
d. Acute pericarditis
e. Coronary artery disease


Question 2#Print Question

The ECG changes in the figure below:
 

are seen in:

a. Myxedema
b. Hypothermia
c. Sick sinus syndrome
d. Cardiac transplant
e. Central nervous system (CNS) disorder


Question 3#Print Question

The ECG changes in the figure below:

are seen in:

a. Hypercalcemia
b. Hypocalcemia
c. Atrial septal defect, secundum
d. Atrial septal defect, primum
e. 5. Dextrocardial, mirror image


Question 4#Print Question

The ECG changes in the figure below:

are suggestive of:

a. Hypercalcemia
b. Hyperkalemia
c. Hypokalemia
d. Hypocalcemia
e. Digitalis toxicity


Question 5#Print Question

The Ecg changes in the figure below:

are seen in:

a. Mixed electrolyte abnormality, hyperkalemia and hypocalcemia
b. Acute pericarditis
c. Digitalis toxicity
d. Hyperkalemia
e. Hypocalcemia




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