EKG short answer questions

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1- How does depolarization change the electrical state of a cell?

2- If depolarization moves towards a positive electrode, what will the appearance be on the EKG?

3- How does a dipole also relate to the appearance of waves on the EKG?

4- How is repolarization related to the dipole….is it opposite from depolarization?

5- Does the size of the wave on an EKG correspond to the direction of the dipole? How will the appearance differ on the EKG if the dipole vector is spreading directly towards a positive electrode vs. at an angle?

6- How many electrodes are there in a standard 12-Lead EKG?

7- Click on the following link (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and briefly describe the different waveforms that are generated on the EKG.?


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School: Cornell University

hey check the attached file and let me know if you have any question, regards buddy.

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Question 1
Depolarization takes place when the cell nerves reverse these charges to change them to at rest state
where the neuron sends another electrical signal which takes places when the cell has permitted sodium
ions to flow into the cell changing the electrical state of the cell since they are positive

Question 2
If the wave of depolarization moves towards the...

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