U wave

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A U Wave is an extra positive deflection at the end of a T wave and is characteristic of hypokalaemia but may be normal.

Most common causes:

  • Hypokalaemia.
  • Normal finding at slower heart rates (e.g. sinus bradycardia).
Normal-U-wave

Normal U wave in an adolescent

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