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  FOAMed Nederland is ontstaan uit het idee dat er in Nederland veel gebeurt op medisch onderwijs gebied en dat ook veel van deze informatie op het internet te vinden is. Alleen het is te versnippert. Tijdens gesprekken met collega’s (oa. de webmasters van EMDutch, MaasCasualty en EMRookies) op het 7e Dutch NorthSea Emergency Medicine… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 24th April 2017 – Interpretation

The following ECGs are from a 28 yr old female who presented with abrupt onset of chest pain. No relevant past medical history with a positive family history of cardiac disease. The 1st ECG was performed during an episode of pain and the 2nd when the patient was pain-free. Chest pain ECGClick to enlarge  Key features:… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 24th April 2017 – Interpretation

The following ECGs are from a 28 yr old female who presented with abrupt onset of chest pain. No relevant past medical history with a positive family history of cardiac disease. The 1st ECG was performed during an episode of pain and the 2nd when the patient was pain-free. Chest pain ECGClick to enlarge  Key features:… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 24th April 2017

The following ECGs are from a 28 yr old female who presented with abrupt onset of chest pain. No relevant past medical history with a positive family history of cardiac disease. The 1st ECG was performed during an episode of pain and the 2nd when the patient was pain-free. Chest pain ECGClick to enlarge   Pain-free… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 24th April 2017

The following ECGs are from a 28 yr old female who presented with abrupt onset of chest pain. No relevant past medical history with a positive family history of cardiac disease. The 1st ECG was performed during an episode of pain and the 2nd when the patient was pain-free. Chest pain ECGClick to enlarge   Pain-free… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 17th April 2017 – Interpretation

This ECG is from a 79yr old male who presented to the Emergency Department with central abdominal pain secondary to an incarcerated hernia. A pre-op ECG was performed and is below. Click to enlarge Rate: 66 bpm Rhythm: Regular Ventricular paced rhythm Pacing spikes best seen in lead V2 Evidence of possible native atrial activity… Read More »