ECG of the Week – 16th October 2017

The following ECG is from a 23 yr old female who presents to the Emergency Department with lower limb cellulitis. A ‘routine’ ECG was performed. Click to enlarge Things to think about What are the key ECG features ? What would you do next ?

ECG of the Week – 9th October 2017 – Interpretation

The following ECG is from a 64 yr old female who presents feeling generally unwell and weak. She has a history of pituitary lesion treated by surgical resection and radiotherapy. Click to enlarge Rate: 48 bpm Rhythm: Regular Sinus rhythm Axis: Normal Intervals: PR – Normal (~160ms) QRS – Normal (100ms) QT – 480ms (QTc Bazette 430 ms)… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 9th October 2017 – Interpretation

The following ECG is from a 64 yr old female who presents feeling generally unwell and weak. She has a history of pituitary lesion treated by surgical resection and radiotherapy. Click to enlarge Rate: 48 bpm Rhythm: Regular Sinus rhythm Axis: Normal Intervals: PR – Normal (~160ms) QRS – Normal (100ms) QT – 480ms (QTc Bazette 430 ms)… Read More »

ECG of the Week – 9th October 2017

The following ECG is from a 64 yr old female who presents feeling generally unwell and weak. She has a history of pituitary lesion treated by surgical resection and radiotherapy.  Click to enlarge Things to think about What are the key ECG features ? What are the potential complications following pituitary surgery ?

ECG of the Week – 9th October 2017

The following ECG is from a 64 yr old female who presents feeling generally unwell and weak. She has a history of pituitary lesion treated by surgical resection and radiotherapy.  Click to enlarge Things to think about What are the key ECG features ? What are the potential complications following pituitary surgery ?