1 Electrocardiography Electrocardiogram (ECG - EKG) • Record of the heart ’s electrical activity, the electrical impulses that stimulate the heart
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5 Parasternal Short Axis View (PSAX) The transducer remains in the intercostal space used to obtain the parasternal long axis view and is rotated
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