ECG of the Week – 6th January 2014

By | 3 januari 2014

This week’s case is from a 97yr old presenting with presyncope. I will endeavour to get some more clinical information today. I’ve included two ECG’s as they were performed only 1 minute apart.





ECG 1
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ECG 1 Numbered Version
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ECG 2
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VAQ Corner

A 97yr old female is brought to your Emergency Department complaining of presyncope.
Vital signs: BP100/65 RR 16 Temp 36.2C Sats 96% RA

a) Describe and interpret her ECG (50%)
[I’d expect only one ECG in the VAQ Exam]

b) Outline your disposition plan  (50%)

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