On the eve of any surgical intervention, in order to determine the state of the heart at the current moment, the patient is required to undergo an ECG without fail.
According to this survey, indicators of the work of the heart are determined. What does sinus rhythm mean in an ECG: interpretation of the results.
ECG sinus rhythm what is it? The sinus rhythm found on the ECG indicates good activity of the heart muscle, in which there are no pathologies.
This rhythm characterizes oscillations arising from impulses in a certain node and diverging through the atrium and ventricle. As a result, the heart muscle contracts. CROs In order for the examination to show the correct result, the patient should not worry, he needs to be in a calm state.
What does sinus rhythm ECG mean? If the doctor notes on the transcript that there is a sinus rhythm, then it means that the P peaks manifest themselves on a homogeneous basis, the pulse is 60-80 beats per minute, the distances between P-P and RR are similar.
The feature matching is checked as follows:
- The elevations of P are equal in height;
- Before the QRS complex, the obligatory presence of armhole P;
- The PQ distance remains stable;
- Notch P on the second lead is positive.
ECG RESULTS - SINUS RHYTHM
If all the parameters reflected on the cardiogram correspond to sinus rhythm, this means that the innervation impulses follow correctly from top to bottom. Otherwise, the impulses come from the secondary parts of the heart.
What does upright position in sinus rhythm mean on an ECG? This is the normal location of the heart in the thoracic region on the line of the conditional location of the central axis.
The location of the organ is permissible at different angles of inclination and in different planes, both vertically and horizontally, as well as in intermediate ones.
This is not a pathology, but only indicates the distinctive characteristics of the structure of the patient's body and is detected as a result of an ECG examination.
Studies of the heart muscle may reveal some abnormalities.
When deciphering the ECG, the discrepancy between the activity of the heart and the sinus rhythm indicates an arrhythmia or blockade.
Blockade occurs as a result of the transmission of impulses from the central nervous system to the heart. The acceleration of the pulse rate means that the oscillations Top CRO are accelerated. If we talk about rhythm disturbance, then in the aggregate there is a discrepancy between the frequency of contractions of the heart muscle and the sequence.
The irregular cyclicity of the sinus rhythm can be observed on the ECG by the difference in the distances between the peaks. Basically, this indicates the weakness of the node.
To verify the arrhythmia, it is necessary to conduct Holter monitoring and drug testing. So it is possible to identify violations in the self-regulation of the autonomic system and the source of oscillations.