Ventricular tachycardia ecg

ECG monitoring
When we know each arrhythmias like ventricular tachycardia or supraventricular tachycardia are facing the problem of volatility of these pathological phenomena. Diseases that threaten the patient's life and the rhythm and the likely frequent, especially in the acute phase of illness, continuous ECG monitoring of patients with using ECG monitor and telemetry, which are connected to the central unit, in which stored ECG records and alerts.

ECG is a fundamental diagnostic tool with which to detect and recognize the disorder heart rhythm. ECG curve are mediated electrical events in the cardiac muscle, activation (depolarization) and subsequent atrial and ventricular Ventricular tachycardia ecgrepolarization. Activation of the ventricular muscle is detected in the ECG as the QRS-complex. The full activation of the ventricular muscle as detected by ECG isoelectric ST-segment line. Repolarization of ventricular muscle in the ECG registered as Tval and late repolarisation some parts of the ventricular muscle can be detected as a U-wave. The ECG recording in sinus rhythm visible P-waves, each P-wave follows the QRS-complex, wherein the normal width, the distance between the QRS-complexes are identical.