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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 – 23rd October 2017

The following ECG is from a 24 yr old male who presents to the Emergency Department following a sporting injury. An ECG was performed as the patient stated they had a prior cardiac history. He had undergone an EP study and ablation for pre-excitation. Click to enlarge Things to think about What are the key… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 23rd October 2017

The following ECG is from a 24 yr old male who presents to the Emergency Department following a sporting injury. An ECG was performed as the patient stated they had a prior cardiac history. He had undergone an EP study and ablation for pre-excitation. Click to enlarge Things to think about What are the key… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 16th October 2017 – Interpretation

The following ECG is from a 23 yr old female who presents to the Emergency Department with lower limb cellulitis. A ‘routine’ ECG was performed. Click to enlarge Rate: 66 bpm Rhythm: Regular Sinus rhythm Axis: Inferior Intervals: PR – Short (~120ms) QRS – Prolonged (130ms) Additional: Delta waves Best seen leads II, III, aVF, V2-6 Deep… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 16th October 2017 – Interpretation

The following ECG is from a 23 yr old female who presents to the Emergency Department with lower limb cellulitis. A ‘routine’ ECG was performed. Click to enlarge Rate: 66 bpm Rhythm: Regular Sinus rhythm Axis: Inferior Intervals: PR – Short (~120ms) QRS – Prolonged (130ms) Additional: Delta waves Best seen leads II, III, aVF, V2-6 Deep… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 16th October 2017

The following ECG is from a 23 yr old female who presents to the Emergency Department with lower limb cellulitis. A ‘routine’ ECG was performed. Click to enlarge Things to think about What are the key ECG features ? What would you do next ?