I have been in nursing for 33 years and have worked in a variety of settings including hospice, long term care, med-surg, supervision, cath lab, ER, special procedures and critical care. I enjoy working as a float nurse because it gives me a variety of clinical experiences. I am also a CPR, ACLS, and PALS instructor at our local hospital.
Friday, April 15, 2016
Nonconducted PACs or Sinus arrhythmia
It looks like there are dropped PACs that follow the complexes 1 - 5. If you compare the T waves in complexes 1 - 5 with complexes 6 - 10, you can see that the T waves are flatter. The T wave of the 5th complex looks split suggesting that there might be a dropped P wave.