Saranya Thavarajah: hey which website did you gets those ecg strips from ?
rita spratlen: Very nice!! Thanks!
ceej760: Nice video; just a thought though, and I promise Im not trolling even thought it might sound that way but, just like skill stat even says on specific rhythms such as NSR with 1 degree block, or PAC or PJC etc.... if it is anything aside from a HR of 60-100bpm, with the correct timing of all features (PRI, QTI, QRS duration, uniform P waves etc) it technicall cannot be called a Normal Sinus Rhythm. It can be sinus in nature given the P waves but a rhythm with a first degree block cannot be called normal because it is not normal. Anyways, nice video. Keep it up
Peggy De Boer: thanks
Maya Subramaniam: Tq for sharing
Ani Dermenjian: finally I understand!...thank you...merci baucoup pour votre service!
Austin Rosales: Finally there is someone to simplify this down for me. Awesome I totally under stand this now. Thank you so much.I am a new be to medicine.
Ani Dermenjian: I liked your presentation...but why am I still confused with all these PJCs, PACs, JEBs, Torsades...and such endless abbriviations?...honestly this is the very first time that I am lost like this...and my test is next week ...Need help! thanks
Gabriela Alfaro: My teacher for MAT was your teacher in a point of your life I really love this video since she showed it to us... I wish one day to be able to read an EKG as easy as you guys... Been having problems with remembering every name and to read themz I'll continue watching your videos... But I wonder is there any tip you can give me in order to understand and view them as best as you guys can? Thank you!
Jasmine V: Thank you so much, what a great video! I am in nursing school and this definitely going to help me!
radhika nori: Nice
Isabelle Kühn: What you have to notice is that your calculation of the heart rate is related to a writing speed of 25mm/s. So 1mm are 40ms. That makes that the smallest square (5mm) has a time of 200ms. So 1000ms devided through 200ms makes 5 beats per second so 5x60 makes 300 per minute. 2 squares are 400ms, so (1000:400)x60 makes 150 bpm and so on. Just for the people how where wondering how you calculated this. But nice video thanks!
Leatrice Singleton: omg! your videos are extremely healthful! been through tons, but gained clarity through yours 😊
Luca Gardinali: Fantastic! very good video thanks
haymanot tamirae: it's the best lectur
blindcheeseit: Wow this helped so much thank you!
Iren prosb: can be used for RN NCLEX? do u have interventions. like that site, but no interventions.
hombre1mia: This is one of the best videos on heart rhythms, period. Thank you very much.....Extremely Helpful!
emmypereira1: how do I go to your first video? I'm having trouble??
M & D Wieber: O. Dmitry learn these, and the test