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Study Area - Intracardiac

Intracardiac Electrogram Questions

The following questions deal with intracardiac electrograms.
Select the question from the table at the left and review the question and the recorded electrogram(s) associated with the question.
When you feel you have answered the question correctly, click on answer to see my own interpretation of the information provided.

Question 3

Place each of the following medication effects into the appropriate classification of medication:

A) Increase action potential duration with little or no affect on conduction velocity.
B) Indirect affect on SA and AV nodes by blocking beta receptors.
C) Marked decrease in conductivity.
D) Increased parasympathetic activity.
E) Calcium channel blocker.
F) Minimal effect on upstroke of action potential.
G) Decreased sympathetic tone.
H) Binds to sodium channels.
I) Prolonged duration of action potential
J) Marked slowing of upstroke of action potential.

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