This is from the patient in ECGs A-C. His cardiac arrest continued with V Tach, V Fib, and a wide-complex tachycardia with pulses. The wide-complex tachycardia seen in the beginning of the first strip is V Tach. The WCT seen later and at the end is possibly a supraventricular rhythm with conduction delay such as bundle branch block. No 12-lead is available. He did have pulses and a BP during the WCT with negatively-deflected QRS complexes at the end. Unfortunately, he did not regain consciousness and was not breathing spontaneously. He was transferred to the CCU, where he later expired.