ECG Question-2


What is the diagnosis of ECG?


ECG Atrial Fibrillation

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What is the diagnosis of ECG?


A. Sinus arrhythmia

B. Atrial Flutter

C. Atrial Fibrillation

D. Multifocal Atrial Tachycardia



Paroxysmal AF is defined as Episodes of AF that terminate spontaneously within


A. 24 hours

B. 3 days

C. 5 days

D. 7 days



Persistent AF is defined as Episodes of AF that last more than ————— and may require either pharmacologic or electrical intervention to terminate


A. 5 days

B. 7 days

C. 12 days

D. 14 days




Atrial FibrillationTypesDurationAssociated Notes
1Paroxysmal AFEpisodes of AF that terminate spontaneously within 7 days
2Persistent AFEpisodes of AF that last more than 7 days May require either pharmacologic or electrical intervention to terminate
3Long-standing persistent AFAF that has persisted for more than 12 months Cardioversion has failed or because cardioversion has not been attempted
4Permanent AFAbort any further restoration strategiesWhen both patient and clinician have decided to Abort any further restoration strategies after shared clinical decision making
Atrial Fibrillation Classification

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