that looks like 2 different things.
4 or more pvc's is considered "a run of vtach"
the other part would depend on the rhythm before the vtach...
ex. sinus tachycardia with a run of vtach
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It depends on the heart rate. For example: The normal resting heart rate for a person is 70 beats per minute. (60 seconds per minute) / (70 beats per minute) = 0.857 seconds
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36. A QRS complex is the ventricular contraction of the heart. There is one QRS complex per beat. So, since the person's heart rate is 72 bpm, divide it by 2.
Place the stethoscope over the heart (left side of the chest) and count the heart beat for a full minute.
The NOAA has the following calculator for it.
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Ventricular tachycardia-- A rapid heart beat, usually over 100 beats per minute.
1- Inverted P waves (F waves) in II, III and AVF. 2- saw-tooth pattern between QRS complexes in II,III and AVF. 3- Atrial rate is 250-400 and regular but ventricular rate depends on AV node and between 60-150 and typically regular. 4- QRS is not wide 5- T waves not identifiable.
On an ECG the heart rate will match both ventricular rate and atrial rate if the heart is normal. If people have atrial fibrilation then the ventricular rate will be used on the ECG to work out the rate of the ventricular contraction and vice-versa with ventricular fibrilation. Usually both atrial and ventricular rates match so if the atria contracts at 70 BPM the ventricles will beat at 70 BPM. It is possible for the ECG machine to work out atrial or ventricular rate if needs be. Usually, however, if the ECG machine just displays heart rate then both ventricular and atrial rates match.
not sure of the spelling but i think it ventricular tachycardia