Osborn wave


Osborn wave is an abnormal ECG finding seen in –


A. Hyperkalemia

B. Hypokalemia

C. Hypothermia

D. Malignant Hyperthermia



Osborn wave is also known as –


A. S wave

B. J wave

C. U wave

D. Epsilon Wave



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Osborn wave

HypothermiaECG

Osborn wave also known as –


OSBORN WAVE – ALSO KNOWN AS
1J wave
2Osborn wave
3Camel-hump sign
4Late delta wave
5Hathook junction
6Hypothermic wave
7K wave
8H wave
9Current of injury
OSBORN WAVE

Osborn wave Seen in –


Hypothermia with a temperature of less than 32 °C

Osborn wave is also seen in

  1. Hypercalcemia
  2. Brain injury
  3. Vasospastic angina
  4. Acute pericarditis
  5. Ventricular fibrillation
Osborn wave
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