This rhythm strip was obtained from a man who was suffering an acute inferior wall M.I. There are ST elevation and hyperacute T waves. The rhythm is SINUS ARRHYTHMIA WITH SECOND-DEGREE AV BLOCK, TYPE II. There is also first-degree AV block.
There are more P waves than QRS complexes, with a 3:2 ratio. The atrial rate varies between 55 -68 beats per minute. The sinus rate speeds slightly after the dropped QRS in each group. The ventricular rate is about 40 bpm, with grouped beating. (Regularly irregular.)
The PR intervals are steady at 226 ms (slightly prolonged).