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Question 31#Print Question

THe ECG in the figure below:

is suggestive of:

a. Hypercalcemia
b. Hypocalcemia
c. Digitalis toxicity
d. Hypokalemia
e. Hyperkalemia


Question 32#Print Question

The ECG in the figure below:

is suggestive of:

a. Hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy; apical
b. Acute pericarditis
c. Pericardial effusion
d. Myxedema
e. Anteroseptal infarct of uncertain age


Question 33#Print Question

The ECG in the figure below:

is suggestive of:

a. ST- and/or T-wave changes suggesting acute pericarditis
b. ST- and/or T-wave changes suggesting myocardial injury
c. ST- and/or T-wave changes suggesting myocardial ischemia
d. Nonspecific ST- and/or T-wave changes
e. ST-T segment changes secondary to intraventricular conduction distribution or hypertrophy


Question 34#Print Question

The ECG in the figure below:

is suggestive of:

a. Acute Anterolateral infarct
b. Acute high lateral infarct
c. Acute Anteroseptal infarct
d. Acute Anterior infarct


Question 35#Print Question

The ECG in the figure below:

shows:

a. Nonspecific ST- and/or T-wave changes + Right bundle branch block (RBBB), incomplete + AV block, complete + Sinus tachycardia
b. Nonspecific ST- and/or T-wave changes + Right bundle branch block (RBBB), incomplete + AV block, complete
c. Right bundle branch block (RBBB), incomplete + AV block, complete + Sinus tachycardia
d. Nonspecific ST- and/or T-wave changes + AV block, complete + Sinus tachycardia
e. Nonspecific ST- and/or T-wave changes + Right bundle branch block (RBBB), incomplete + Sinus tachycardia




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