This is an ECG I performed a couple of years ago on an asymptomatic 83-year old man as an outpatient procedure.
The computer interpreted this as: "Marked sinus bradycardia [with] Frequent Premature ventricular complexes". IS THE COMPUTER CORRECT? Is there more than one plausible interpretation? What is the differential diagnosis?
This is an ECG I performed on a 65-year old man about 5 years ago. He mentioned something to me about his past medical history before we got started but, in truth, I would have recognized it had he not told me beforehand. What did he tell me and what does this ECG reveal?
Patient data: 54-year old man who recently underwent a major cardiac procedure. At first glance, this ECG may not appear to be particularly unique but a closer inspection reveals something unusual going on here.
3 cases, 17 minutes, "Rocket T-waves" need cath...even without STE!
Patient data: 64-year old man who, prior to this ECG, had been in normal sinus rhythm. Whatever your level of sophistication in rhythm interpretation (i.e., basic, intermediate, or advanced), this ECG has a little bit of something for everybody. Basic interpreters will undoubtedly recognize the dominant disturbance of rhythm. Intermediate interpreters will probably add more descriptors to their interpretation that will better describe the overall pattern. Advanced interpreters will recognize the
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