EKG Practice Test 2 - Learn & Master ACLS/PALS


  1. Al Sypniewski says

    These practice tests were very helpful, especially if you don’t have much exposure to patients who are frequently in jeopardy of arrhythmias. Practice, practice, practice.

    • ACLS says

      I’m not sure which rhythm strip you were referring to. Can you please tell me which one? Each strip is labeled with a number just above the strip.

      Kind regards,

      • Emilia Ovstedal says

        #3/13. It looks like it might be 2nd degree heart block type II to me, however it is actually third degree heart block.

      • ACLS says

        Sometimes a short six second strip can make it difficult to determine rhythms. This rhythm does look a bit like second-degree block type-II however, the patient was in a complete block. The best indicator is the very large distance between the p-waves and QRS complexes. This helps to indicate that the p-waves and QRS complexes are disassociated. Kind regards, Jeff

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