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“@Lauren_Porteus #y3rev This pic might help, shows you whats going on in the cardiac cycle”

This notes on congenital heart defects are so neat and informational! Use this as a study sheet for any upcoming classes or exams you might have in the medical school. For more information visit Meddy Bear! Cardiac Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Nursing Degree, Nclex, Nursing School Notes, Nursing Schools, Medical School, Nursing School Humor, Lpn Schools

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 Taking a 12 lead EKG course, and I’m learning so much about reading 12 lead EKGs. :) Circumflex (Cx) - I, aVL - Reads lateral MI’s Right Coronary Artery (RCA) - II,. Cath Lab Nurse, Baby Nurse, Cardiac Sonography, Family Nurse Practitioner, Critical Care Nursing, Cardiac Nursing, Nursing School Notes, Respiratory Therapy, Emergency Medicine

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bencachadog-rn: “ 12 Lead EKG recognition. Taking a 12 lead EKG course, and I’m learning so much about reading 12 lead EKGs. Love it. :) Circumflex (Cx) - I, aVL - Reads lateral MI’s Right Coronary...

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Coronary Artery Anatomy and Anomalies

Congenital coronary artery anomalies are not common, but it is crucial to identify them as in some cases they can cause myocardial ischemia, arrhythmias, and sudden cardiac death. It is also...

Echocardiography can aid in the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism and provides important functional information that cannot be ascertained from other tests. Vascular Ultrasound, Ultrasound Sonography, Ultrasound Tech, Cardiac Sonography, Cardiac Nursing, Respiratory Therapy, Medical Anatomy, Nursing Notes, Anatomy And Physiology

Echocardiography in Pulmonary Embolism...the Clot Thickens

Echocardiography can aid in the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism and provides important functional information that cannot be ascertained from other tests.

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3 Doppler Techniques for Evaluation of MR!

Last week we discussed 3 measures to use with color Doppler for evaluating the presence of mitral regurgitation (MR). If you missed last week’s blog, or would like to refresh, you can find them here: Mitral Valve Anatomy: Name 5 Components! Finally… Mitral Valve Orientation Explained! Smart Strategies for Determining MR Mechanisms Ultimate Guide to Acute vs. […]

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Pericardiocentesis should be performed emergently on patients with signs and symptoms of cardiac tamponade regardless of coagulopathy. Pericardial tamponade occurs when fluid builds in the pericardial sac causing collapse of the right ventricle. Relative contraindications include coagulopathy, previous thoracoabdominal surgery, pacemakers, prosthetic heart valves and inability to visualize the effusion with ultrasound.