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Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 9 December 2015

Animation of a left to right shunt ventricular septal defect occurring in two locations.

Last reviewed: December 9, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 9 December 2015

Anterior view of cardiac cross section demonstrating movement of bicuspid and tricuspid valves. Valve components include, leaflet, chordae tendineae and papillary muscles.

Last reviewed: December 9, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 9 December 2015

Animation of Eisenmenger's Syndrome, showing reversal of a left to right shunt due to increased flow through the pulmonary vasculature (result of a congenital heart defect).

Last reviewed: December 9, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 9 December 2015

Animation of double chamber right ventricle, a defect most commonly seen with membranous VSDs and due to hypertrophy of muscles around the moderator band.

Last reviewed: December 9, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 16 November 2015

Illustration of a subpulmonary or conal ventricular septal defect (VSD), one of the five subcategories of VSDs that rarely closes on its own.

Last reviewed: November 16, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 16 November 2015

Illustration of a muscular ventricular septal defect (VSD), the most common of the five subcategories of VSDs.

Last reviewed: November 16, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 16 November 2015

Illustration of an atrioventricular canal or endocardial cushion ventricular septal defect (VSD), one of the five subcategories of VSDs.

Last reviewed: November 16, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 16 November 2015

Illustration of a (peri)membranous ventricular septal defect (VSD), the second most common of the five subcategories of VSDs.

Last reviewed: November 16, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 6 November 2015

ECG Tracing for defibrillator indicating Ventricular Tachycardia.

 

Last reviewed: November 6, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 6 November 2015

ECG Tracing for defibrillator indicating Ventricular Fibrillation.

Last reviewed: November 6, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 6 November 2015

Palmar/Ventral view of right distal arm, forearm and hand, identifies brachial artery with blood flow.

Last reviewed: November 6, 2015.

Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 14 October 2015

Palmar view of a pediatric manikin's right hand with arterial circulation overlaid.  Healthcare provider occludes radial artery to demonstrate persistent perfusion of hand.

Last reviewed: October 14, 2015.

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:
Date: 14 October 2015

In this video, Nancy Braudis discusses cardiac anatomy, basic components of an ECG, and intracardiac pressures.

For a PDF summary highlighting the main points of this video, click here

Content Author:
Lisa Mccabe MSN, RN-BC, CCRN, PCNS-BC
Date: 14 October 2015

Learn about the anatomy and physiology of fetal and post-natal circulation.

Initial publication: March 18, 2015.

Most recent peer-review: October 14, 2015.

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Content Author:
OPENPediatrics Staff
Date: 14 October 2015

Learn about normal cardiac anatomy, basic components of an ECG, and how to interpret cardiac saturations and intra-atrial pressures.

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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.