Monthly Archives: januari 2014

ECG of the Week – 3rd February 2014

An ECG from the archives this week. Unfortunately no clinical information on this case but at a glance it looks like a nice ‘rhythmic riddle’. Click to enlarge Numbered Rhythm StripClick to enlarge VAQ CornerThe 2014.1 sitting of the FACEM exam is nearly on us, good luck to all those sitting.This week’s case, with the… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 27th January 2014 – Interpretation

This week’s ECG is from a 51yr old who presented with a post-prandial episode of syncope and subsequent sensation of episodic pre-syncope. No relevant past medical histroy or medications.Check out the comments from the original post here. Click to enlarge Rate: 66 Rhythm: Regular Sinus rhythm Axis: LAD Intervals: PR – Normal (~200ms) QRS – Normal (100ms)… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 27th January 2014

This week’s ECG is from a 51yr old who presented with a post-prandial episode of syncope and subsequent sensation of episodic pre-syncope. No relevant past medical histroy or medications. Click to enlarge VAQ CornerA 51yr old patient presents to your Emergency Department following an episode of syncope.No significant past medical history.Vital signs: BP 124/67 RR… Read More »

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ECG of the Week – 20th January 2014 – Interpretation

This ECG is from a 76yr old who presented complaining of palpitations and dysponea.Past medical history of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation and chronic smoking related lung disease.Medications include warfarin, calcium channel blocker, and other non-cardiac related medications.The first ECG below was performed when the patient arrived, the second ECG was performed not long after but prior to treatment… Read More »