Normal Sinus Rhythm – EKG (ECG) Interpretation

Normal sinus rhythm is the default cardiac rhythm that represents the normal electrical activity through the heart. Electrical impulses start at the sino-atrial node, also known as the heart's pacemaker, to produce electrical impulses that are sent to the AV…
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Normal sinus rhythm is the default cardiac rhythm that represents the normal electrical activity through the heart. Electrical impulses start at the sino-atrial node, also known as the heart’s pacemaker, to produce electrical impulses that are sent to the AV node and subsequently to the ventricles.

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