ECG Rules

To be able to diagnose problems on an ECG is not a matter of just looking at the strip, an ECG needs to be read to see what is being shown. If you follow Professor Chamberlains 10 rules they'll give you an understanding of what is normal.
The 10 Rules for a Normal ECG

The 10 Rules for a Normal ECG

Rule 1

PR interval should be 120 to 200 milliseconds or 3 to 5 little squares

PR interval should be 120 to 200 milliseconds or 3 to 5 little squares

Rule 2
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Special Thanks

I'd like to thank Professor Douglas Chamberlain for kindly allowing me to use his 10 rules for a normal ECG with their accompanying graphics.

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