Monthly Archives: maart 2014

ECG of the Week – 31st March 2014

The following is a rhythm strip from a 77yr old male. He has a history of hypertension and hypercholesterolaemia. He complained of chest pain during this ECG recording. Click to enlarge VAQ CornerA 77yr old male presents to your Emergency Department complaining of chest pain. History of hypertension and hypercholesterolaemia. a) Describe and interpret his ECG… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 24th March 2014 – Interpretation

Another old case from my collection. I don’t have any clinical information on the patient or clinical presentation.Check out the comments on our original post here. Click to enlarge Rate: 36 Rhythm: Complexes 1-5 Regular R-R Interval ~1500ms  Followed by pause Complex 6 Occurs ~2600ms following complex 5 Less than 2x preceding R-R interval No… Read More »

WFG SEG onderwijsdag 1 april 2014

SEH onderwijs WFG 1 april 2014 16.30 uur – 21.15 uur Kleine gedeelte restaurant     Verplicht leesvoer: Cochrane formulieren voor beoordelen kwaliteit van studies (om door te scannen) (Dutch Cochrane) Informatie over de GRADE methode (McMaster University) Basics of statistics: Intro to Stats: Types of Stats, Variables, Measurement Scales (Teresa Johnson) Entering Data into SPSS (Andy Field) Basic… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 24th March 2014

Another old case from my collection. I don’t have any clinical information on the patient or presentation. Click to enlarge VAQ CornerA rural hospital has faxed the following ECG to your Emergency Department for an opinion.You are awaiting a phone call for further clinical information.a) Describe & interpret the ECGb) List your differentials for the… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 17th March 2014 – Interpretation

This is one of the older ECG’s in my collection. I don’t have any clinical information but it’s safe to say the patient complained of chest pain.Check out the comments on our original post here. Click to enlarge Rate: 84 Rhythm: Regular Likely sinus  Baseline artefact Axis: Normal Intervals: QRS – Normal (100ms) QT – 320ms (QTc… Read More »