What is any deviation either up or down from zero to the isoelectric line when taking an EKG?
What is any deviation either up or down from zero to the isoelectric line when taking ...
Asked in Cardiovascular Health
What is point between qrs and st segment on ekg called?
what does isoelectric line represent
Asked in Genetics, Biology, Biochemistry
How do you calculate the isoelectric point of all 20 amino acid?
by isoelectric focusing appratus
Asked in Health
What is the flat horizontal line that separates the various waves of the ECG cycle?
its a flat horizontal line separator....
Asked in Genetics, Biotechnology, Biochemistry
How Does electrophoresis separate proteins?
electrophoresis of proteins is of different types. It actually depends on proteins, on eof such types is isoelectric foccusing which entirely depends on the isoelectric point of the protein. Isoelectric point is the pint at which the net charge of the protein is zero. ...
Asked in Pacemakers
What is the vertical line on an ECG that indicates the pacemaker has discharged?
Pacer Spike otherwise known as (Pacemaker Spike)
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How do you measure the duration of a QRS complex?
The start of the QT interval is the first deviation from the isoelectric line following the p wave and the end is the last time the waveform crosses the isoelectric line before the T-wave begins. The waveform may well corss the isolelectric line several times before the end of the QRS interval. Normal measurement is less than or equal to .12 In simple terms, it is the start and end of the "spiky" high-frequency part of the waveform. ...
What is a Longitudinal wave caused by vibration?
Longitudinal waves are waves that are produced by disturbance that is parallel to that of the direction of wave or oscillations produced along the path of the wave. The longitudinal waves consist of areas of comressions, the center of which is in a crest, and areas of rarefactions, the center of which is in a trough. Crest in a transverse wave is the part of wave at the maximum above the isoelectric line (midline) and trough is the minimum below the isoelectric...
Asked in Chemical Bonding
What are the characteristics of substances with ionic bonds?
Is developed from isoelectric species