Tag: ECG

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B30. AV Nodal Re-entrant Tachycardia

The ECG was recorded from a 37 year old woman with a long history of episodic palpitation. ECG. Rhythm: There is a regular tachycardia present at a rate of 170 per minute. No atrial activity

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B28. Wolff Parkinson White Type A

The ECG was recorded from a 59 year old man admitted for routine surgery. ECG. Rhythm: Sinus rhythm is present throughout. Morphology. The PR interval is short (0.12 seconds). There is a delta wave present

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B27. Wolff Parkinson White (WPW) Syndrome Type B

The ECG was recorded from a 23 year old man with a history of palpitations since childhood ECG. Rhythm: Sinus rhythm is present throughout. Morphology: the PR interval is abnormally short at .10 seconds. Total

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B25. Trifascicular Block

The ECG was recorded from a 62 year old man admitted through the accident and emergency department having collapsed in a supermarket. ECG. Sinus rhythm is present. Each QRS complex is preceded by a P

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B26. Left Bundle Branch Block (LBBB)

The ECG was recorded from a 35 year old man who had presented with a six month history of chest pain and lightheadedness on exertion ECG. Rhythm: Sinus rhythm is present, all beats are conducted

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B22. Ventricular Ectopic Beats Following Myocardial Infarction

The ECG was recorded from a patient admitted to the coronary care unit following myocardial infarction. ECG. Rhythm: The underlying rhythm is sinus – QRS complexes are seen preceded by P waves in all 12

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Case B21. Ventricular Premature Beats

The EGG was recorded from a 46 year old woman who was aware of irregular heart beats and “thumps” in the chest. ECG. Rhythm: The basic rhythm is sinus wiith P waves preceding narrow complex

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B20: Cardiac Asystole

The EGG was recorded as a rhythm strip from a patient with acute myocardial infarction who suffered a cardiac arrest. ECG. There is no record of any cardiac activity present. There is some baseline drift

Cardiology Case 04: An unusual ECG

Here we go with another Cardiology Case at St. Emlyn’s.  If you haven’t already, check out the other cases in this series: Cardiology case 01 Cardiology case 02: ST depression, no rush? Cardiology case 03: Are


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