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ECG in the Child and Adolescent: Normal Standards and Percentile Charts

ISBN: 978-1-4051-5899-2
104 pages
October 2006, Wiley-Blackwell
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Compiled from electrocardiographic data on more than 1,800 normal newborns, infants, children, and adolescents, this convenient reference gives you fast access to the limits of normality so that data from an individual patient can be quickly interpreted in terms of comparison to the general population.


ECGs in the Child and Adolescent presents, by age:


  • Heart Rate, P-QRS-T interval and duration
  • Frontal plane P-QRS-T axis
  • P-QRS-T amplitude
  • Calculated values on RS amplitude and ventricular activation time


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Preface.

Foreword.

Introduction.

How to Use this Book.

References.

Part 1 Heart rate, P-QRS-T interval and duration by age.

1.1 Heart rate by age.

1.2 PR interval by age.

1.3 PR interval by heart rate.

1.4 QT interval by age.

1.5 QT interval by heart rate.

1.6 QTc interval by age.

1.7 QTc interval by heart rate.

1.8 QRS duration by age.

1.9 RR interval by age.

Part 2 Frontal plane P-QRS-T axis by age.

2.1 Frontal plane P axis by age.

2.2 Frontal plane QRS axis by age.

2.3 Frontal plane T axis by age.

Part 3 P-QRS-T amplitude by age.

3.1 P amplitude by age in lead II.

3.2 Q amplitude by age in lead I.

3.3 Q amplitude by age in lead II.

3.4 Q amplitude by age in lead III.

3.5 Q amplitude by age in lead aVR.

3.6 Q amplitude by age in lead aVL.

3.7 Q amplitude by age in lead aVF.

3.8 Q amplitude by age in lead V4.

3.9 Q amplitude by age in lead V5.

3.10 Q amplitude by age in lead V6.

3.11 R amplitude by age in lead aVR.

3.12 R amplitude by age in lead V1.

3.13 R amplitude by age in lead V2.

3.14 R amplitude by age in lead V4.

3.15 R amplitude by age in lead V5.

3.16 R amplitude by age in lead V6.

3.17 S amplitude by age in lead I.

3.18 S amplitude by age in lead II.

3.19 S amplitude by age in lead III.

3.20 S amplitude by age in lead aVL.

3.21 S amplitude by age in lead aVF.

3.22 S amplitude by age in lead V1.

3.23 S amplitude by age in lead V2.

3.24 S amplitude by age in lead V4.

3.25 S amplitude by age in lead V5.

3.26 S amplitude by age in lead V6.

3.27 T amplitude by age in lead I.

3.28 T amplitude by age in lead II.

3.29 T amplitude by age in lead III.

3.30 T amplitude by age in lead aVR.

3.31 T amplitude by age in lead aVL.

3.32 T amplitude by age in lead aVF.

3.33 T amplitude by age in lead V1.

3.34 T amplitude by age in lead V2.

3.35 T amplitude by age in lead V4.

3.36 T amplitude by age in lead V5.

3.37 T amplitude by age in lead V6.

Part 4 Calculated values on RS amplitude and ventricular activation time by age.

4.01 R/S amplitude ratio by age in lead I.

4.02 R/S amplitude ratio by age in lead II.

4.03 R/S amplitude ratio by age in lead III.

4.04 R/S amplitude ratio by age in lead aVR.

4.05 R/S amplitude ratio by age in lead aVL.

4.06 R/S amplitude ratio by age in lead aVF.

4.07 R/S amplitude ratio by age in lead V1.

4.08 R/S amplitude ratio by age in lead V2.

4.09 R/S amplitude ratio by age in lead V3.

4.10 R/S amplitude ratio by age in lead V4.

4.11 R/S amplitude ratio by age in lead V5.

4.12 R/S amplitude ratio by age in lead V6.

4.13 R amplitude in lead V3 + S amplitude in lead V3 by age.

4.14 R amplitude in lead V6 + S amplitude in lead V1 by age.

4.15 R amplitude in lead V6 + S amplitude in lead V2 by age.

4.16 Ventricular activation time by age in lead I.

4.17 Ventricular activation time by age in lead II.

4.18 Ventricular activation time by age in lead III.

4.19 Ventricular activation time by age in lead aVR.

4.20 Ventricular activation time by age in lead aVL.

4.21 Ventricular activation time by age in lead aVF.

4.22 Ventricular activation time by age in lead V1.

4.23 Ventricular activation time by age in lead V2.

4.24 Ventricular activation time by age in lead V4.

4.25 Ventricular activation time by age in lead V5.

4.26 Ventricular activation time by age in lead V6

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Currently, Hung-Chi Lue, MD, PhD is Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics and Attending Pediatric Cardiologist, National Taiwan University Hospital and Min-Sheng General Hospital.

He had many prestigious international positions, such as : President, Asian-Pacific Association of Pediatrics; Standing Committee Member, International Rediatric Association; President, Asian Society of Pediatric Cardiology and Vice-President, Asain-Pacific Society of Cardiology. Dr. Lue has published more than 200 scientific papers and books.

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● Electrocardiographic data on more than 1,800 normal newborns, infants, children, and adolescents
● Enables the reader to interpret and compare data to the general population on: Heart Rate, P-QRS-T interval and duration
● Covers frontal plane P-QRS-T axis P-QRS-T amplitude
● Includes calculated values on RS amplitude and ventricular activation time
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“This book will be a useful reference for any clinician who has to interpret childhood ECGs, it will also be invaluable to those analysing ECGs for research purposes.”  (Cardiology News, 1 October 2012)

"This reference book of normative data will be of great help to medical students, pediatricians in training and practice, and pediatric cardiologists". Pediatric Endocrinology Reviews. Dec 07

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