First Degree AV Block

So is this first degree AV block??

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QRS complexes are coming at regular intervals PR interval is increased to 0.24 seconds Therefore it appears to be first degree AV block There appears to be left anterior hemiblock This ECG is fitting in the following criteria of left anterior hemiblock The criteria to diagnose a LAFB, or LAHB, on ECG include the following: 1) Left axis deviation of at least -45 degrees 2) The presence of a qR complex in lead I and a rS complex in lead III 3) Usually a rS complex in lead II and III (sometimes aVF as well)
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Sinus bradycardia HR 50/mt Pr interval 0.24 secs.ecg is not very clear to calculate the time properly. When u compare it with heart rate it doesn't look like 1st degree AV block
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S.Bradycardia with 1'av block LAD LAHB Flattening of St segment in multiple leads Check S.K level
Rather it is 2nd degree AV block Infact looks to be wenbank's phenomenon
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1 degree AV Block..PR interval greater than 0.20sec
LAD SINUS BRADICARDIA D = S S S
I feel it is first degree AV block
Looking AV Block 2nd degree
First-degree atrioventricular�(AV)�block�is defined as a PR interval of greater than 0.20 seconds on electrocardiography (ECG) without disruption of atrial to ventricular conduction
PR intervel is greater than 5 small boxes.it is First degree av block.

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