What does it mean when it says v-run on an ekg?
- skeptikLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
It means a series of ventricular beats - usually at least three, but not enough to be formally identified as V-Tach. Technically, there is no such thing, and anything more than two consecutive PVCs is V-Tach.
But the term is still used.
- TedExLv 74 months ago
This is what they say in Germany, ""Vee will run Eine EKG """
- GregLv 78 months ago
The ventrical is supposed to fire based on a signal from the atrium. The v-run is a series of premature ventricular contractions occurring without regard to the signal from the atrium.
- 8 months ago
no idea what that would mean