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Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 14 October 2015

Rhythm Strip demonstrating examples of normal QRS, wide QRS and narrow QRS.

Last reviewed: October 14, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 14 October 2015

Anterior view of the heart with coronary artery anatomy.

Last reviewed: October 14, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 12 October 2015

Rhythm strip demonstrating Sinus Pause followed by a Nodal Escape beat.

Last reviewed: October 12, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 12 October 2015

Rhythm strip demonstrating junctional escape rhythm.  

Last reviewed: September 27, 2017.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 12 October 2015

Anterior cross section of heart and lungs depicting the pulmonary arteries and veins, emerging from and returning to the heart.

Last reviewed: October 12, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 12 October 2015

Electrocardiogram waveform comparing normal, elevated and depressed ST segments.

Last reviewed: October 12, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 12 October 2015

Electrocardiogram waveform depicting both a normal QT interval and a prolonged QT interval.

Last reviewed: October 12, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 2 October 2015

Rhythm strip demonstrating Third Degree AV Block, no association between P waves and QRS complex.

Last reviewed: October 2, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 2 October 2015

Rhythm strip demonstrating Second Degree AV Block – Type Two (Mobitz 2), no change in PR interval followed by dropped QRS complex.

Last reviewed: October 2, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 2 October 2015

Rhythm strip demonstrating Second Degree AV Block – Type One (Mobitz 1, Wenckebach), progressive prolongation of PR interval followed by dropped QRS complex.

Last reviewed: October 2, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 2 October 2015

Rhythm strip demonstrating First Degree AV Block, PR interval > 0.2s.

Last reviewed: October 2, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 2 October 2015

Anterior view of infant with a central venous catheter inserted into the right internal jugular vein.

Last reviewed: October 2, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 2 October 2015

Anterior view of infant chest depicting heart, great vessels, and ribs.

Last reviewed: October 2, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 1 October 2015

Germinal matrix hemorrhages can result in luminal narrowing of the nearby veins. This results in venous congestion and eventual hemorrhage and stroke.

Last reviewed: October 1, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 20 August 2015

Illustration comparing a central venous pressure (CVP) waveform for a compliant versus noncompliant artery, in which the noncompliant waveform shows a heightened a-wave and a diminished y-descent.

Last reviewed: August 20, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 20 August 2015

Illustration that highlights the segments of a central venous pressure (CVP) waveform.

Last reviewed: August 20, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 23 July 2015

Illustration showing the importance of transducer placement in providing an accurate invasive blood pressure measurement.

Last reviewed: July 23, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 23 July 2015

Illustration showing the importance of transducer placement in providing an accurate invasive blood pressure measurement.

Last reviewed: July 23, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 27 April 2015

Layers of the retina with the typical location of flame-shaped hemorrhages and dot-blot hemorrhages depicted.

Last reviewed: April 27, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 19 December 2014

Illustration of raccoon eyes, or periorbital ecchymosis, which can be a sign of basal skull fractures.

Last reviewed: December 19, 2014.