Zoology/Zoology MCQS[NEET-2021 to 2022]-ECG Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
 A particular ECG change observed in Hypokalemia is

1. ST segment elevation

2.U wave (a position deflection after the T wave)

3.Tall peaked T waves

4.Widening of the QRS complex and increased amplitude


Question:
 A particular ECG change observed in Hypokalemia is

1.ST segment elevation

2.U wave (a position deflection after the T wave)

3. Tall peaked T waves

4. Widening of the QRS complex and increased amplitude


Question:
 ECG identified by the PR interval tends to become longer with every succeeding ECG complex until there is a P wave not followed by a QRS is observed in

1. Third-Degree Atrioventricular Block

2.Second-Degree Atrioventricular Block, Type II

3.Second-Degree Atrioventricular Block, Type I

4.First-Degree Atrioventricular Block, Type II


Question:
 In which of these conditions can widen QRS and Tall-tented T waves be observed?

1. Hyponatremia

2.Hyperkalemia

3.Hyperglycemia

4.Hyperphosphatemia


Question:
 In which of these conditions can widen QRS and Tall-tented T waves be observed?

1.Hyponatremia

2.Hyperkalemia

3.Hyperglycemia

4.Hyperphosphatemia


Question:
 P wave indicates

1.Depolarization of right ventricle

2.Depolarization of left ventricle

3.Depolarization of both atria

4.Atria to ventricular conduction time


Question:
 P wave indicates

1.Depolarization of right ventricle

2. Depolarization of left ventricle

3. Depolarization of both atria

4.Atria to ventricular conduction time


Question:
 The characteristics – slurring of the initial QRS deflection, shortened PR interval, and prolonged QRS duration are of this condition

1.Atrial tachycardia

2. Left bundle branch block

3.WPW (Wolff-Parkinson-White) syndrome

4.Myocardial ischemia


Question:
ECG identified by the PR interval tends to become longer with every succeeding ECG complex until there is a P wave not followed by a QRS is observed in

1. Third-Degree Atrioventricular Block

2.Second-Degree Atrioventricular Block, Type II

3.Second-Degree Atrioventricular Block, Type I

4.First-Degree Atrioventricular Block, Type II


Question:
ECG is used for examination of?

1.heart                        

2.kidney

3.LUNGS           

4.BRAIN


Question:
ECG report must consist of the following information

1.Rhythm, cardiac axis

2.Conduction intervals

3. Description of the ST segments, QRS complexes, T-waves

4.All of these


Question:
ECG report must consist of the following information

1.Rhythm, cardiac axis

2.Conduction intervals

3.Description of the ST segments, QRS complexes, T-waves

4.All of these


Question:
ECG was first developed by?

1.Steward            

2.Willem Einthoven

3.Koch  

4. Hubbert Mann


Question:
For the normal heartbeat, depolarization stimulus originates in

1.His-bundle areas

2.Epicardium

3.Sinoatrial (SA)node

4.Atrioventricular (AV) node


Question:
For the normal heartbeat, depolarization stimulus originates in

1.His-bundle areas

2.Epicardium

3.Sinoatrial (SA)node

4. Atrioventricular (AV) node


Question:
In ECG relaxation of ventricles is represented by?

1.P-wave  

2. T wave

3.U wave          

4.QRS complex


Question:
 ECG (Electrocardiogram) was developed first by

1. Wilhelm His

2. Steward

3.Hubert Mann

4.Willem Einthoven


Question:
The characteristics – slurring of the initial QRS deflection, shortened PR interval, and prolonged QRS duration are of this condition

1.Atrial tachycardia

2.Left bundle branch block

3.WPW (Wolff-Parkinson-White) syndrome

4.Myocardial ischemia


Question:
This is the classic ECG change in MI (myocardial infarction)

1.ST-segment elevation

2. T-wave inversion

3.Development of an abnormal Q wave

4.All of these


Question:
This is the classic ECG change in MI (myocardial infarction)

1.ST-segment elevation

2.T-wave inversion

3.Development of an abnormal Q wave

4.All of these


Question:
Ventricular muscle depolarization is indicated by

1.PR interval

2. P wave

3.U wave

4.The QRS complex


Question:
Ventricular muscle depolarization is indicated by

1. PR interval

2.P wave

3.U wave

4. The QRS complex


Question:
What does elevated ST segment represents?

1.insufficient oxygen    

2. acute myocardial infraction

3.Rheumatic fever         

4. ischemia


Question:
What does enlarged R wave indicate?

1.enlarged atria   

2.Rheumatic fever

3.Coronary artery disease       

4.none of the above


Question:
What does lengthening of P wave indicate

1.Myocardial infraction   

2.Enlargement of atria

3.Ventricular enlargement  

4.Hyperkalamia


Question:
What happens if T wave becomes wider?

1.CONDUCTION Abnormalities        

2.insufficient oxygen to heart

3.hyperkalamia 

4.myocardial ischemia


Question:
Which of the following is the part of ECG?

1.QRS complex  

2.ST segment

3.T wave      

4.All of the above


Question:
Which of the following statement is NOT true?

1.P wave indicate atrial contraction

2.depressed ST segment indicate hyperkalamia

3. T wave represents ventricular repolarization

4.QRS complex represents ventricular depolarization


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