This is one of the older ECG’s I’ve got in my collection and as such I’ve got very little clinical information on the case except it is from a 71 year old female.
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A 71 year old femlae presents to your Emergency Department.
She complains of dysponea and mild chest discomfort.
She has been unwell with a febrile illness for several days.
Vitals: BP 108/63 RR 24 Sats 93% RA T 38.6
a) Describe and interpret her ECG (100%)
Note the clinical scenario above has been made up to facilitate an exam style interpretation for those people preparing for the ACEM Fellowship VAQ Exam