Bedside Cardiac Monitoring

Jacobson, Carol
December 2003
Critical Care Nurse;Dec2003, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p71
Academic Journal
Discusses the best lead to use for continuous bedside monitoring to detect arrhythmia. Details on the monitoring of one precordial (V) lead, V[sub1] and V[sub6]; Discussion on how to obtain lead V[sub1] and V[sub6]; Information on monitoring V[sub1] and V[sub6] when bedside monitors use a 3-lead cable.


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