Oxygenation impulses between the lungs and heart
Degree of strength of the contraction of heart muscle tissue
Electrical activity of the heart
Complete inactivity of the nares
P wave followed by T wave then QRS complex
P wave followd by QRS complex then T wave
QRS complex followed by P wave then T wave
T wave followed by QRS complex the ventricular repolarization
Rate pattern impulses(rpi's)
"There should be an isoelectric line of the PR Interval."
"P waves should be upright in Lead II."
"Q waves are always present in a QRS complex."
"T waves are notched at their peak."
Date and time
Full name and room number of the patient
Signature of the reviewing physician