Monthly Archives: november 2013

ECG of the Week – 2nd December 2013

This week’s ECG is from a 68yr old female who presents complaining of palpitations intermittently over the last 4 days with a concurrent viral upper respiratory tract infection. She has a history of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation and mitral valve replacement (St Jude’s) and medications include warfarin and sotalol. Click to enlarge Given that this week’s… Read More »

ACEP RECAP 2013 presentaties nu online beschikbaar !!!

  De presentaties van de WFG RECAP staan online. Je kunt ze hier vinden op de ACEP RECAP 2013 pagina. Veel plezier !  

[Video] 3DAnatomie: de extremiteiten (dubbele aflevering)

In de serie 3D anatomie dit keer een video serie over de anatomie van de extremiteiten. En omdat dit de laatste is in de serie 3DAnatomie een extra bonus aflevering met de anatomie van zowel de bovenste als de onderste extremiteiten! [youlist pid=”PL78D995229606FDE1″] [youlist pid=”PLF951931B19317229″] heb jij ook een mooie youtube playlist gevonden laat het even… Read More »

What does a fat pad sign mean (in children)?

Clinical scenario A 7 year old girl is presented at the accident and emergency department after a fall during gymnastic exercises. She fell down from an apparatus with outstretched arms and now complains of a painful left elbow. Her left elbow is painful and swollen. She is unable to bend or stretch it. On X-ray… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 25th November 2013 – Interpretation

This week’s ECG is from a 56 yr old male who presented with episodic chest pain over the preceding few days. He is a hypertensive smoker. He was pain free when this ECG was performed.Check out our original post and comments here. Click to enlarge Rate: 78 Rhythm: Regular Axis: Normal ( 40 deg) Intervals: PR… Read More »