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NCLEX Tip: On NCLEX, heart sounds can appear in a multiple-choice format question or a hot spot question. 5 areas to remember: APETM Here’s another illustration by Nursing Education Consultants, Inc....

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Action Potential of Contractile Cardiac Cells  Begins with rapid depolarization  Rapid, partial early repolarization, prolonged period of slow repolarization which is plateau phase  Rapid final repolarization phase

Action Potential of Contractile Cardiac Cells Begins with rapid depolarization Rapid, partial early repolarization, prolonged period of slow repolarization which is plateau phase Rapid final repolarization phase

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Phases of Cardiac Cycle PQRST Heart Rhythm Interpretation Physiology of the Heart Cardiac Cycle Divided into seven phases (and duration of phases) 1)Atrial Systole (0.11s – 0.53s) 2)Isovolumetric Ventricular Contraction (0.05s )3)Rapid Ventricular Ejection (0.22-0.27s) 4)Reduced Ventricular Ejection (0.22-0.27s) 5)Isovolumetric Ventricular Relaxation (0.08s) 6) Rapid Ventricular Filling (0.11s) 7) Reduced Ventricular Filling (0.19s)  Cardiac Conduction System Animation  Normal sinus rhythm on an

Physiology of the Heart Cardiac Conduction System Animation Normal sinus rhythm on an EKG Phases of Cardiac Cycle There are two phases of the cardiac cycle. In the diastole phase, the heart ventricles are relaxed and the heart fills with blood. In the systole phase, the ventricles contract and pump blood out of the heart

How the Heart's Electrical System Works: Introduction to the Cardiac Electrical Signal

The cardiac electrical system is essential to cardiac function, controlling the heart rate and the contraction of cardiac muscle. Learn more.

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