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Idiojunctional escape rhythm

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Jason's Blog: ECG Challenge of the Week for Jan. 20 - 27, 2013.

Patient's clinical data:  This 12-lead ECG is from an adult patient of unknown age and gender (at the time of posting).  Active medications included Atenolol.  Patient's only complaints and symptoms were cramps and palpitations in the form of "an occasional extra beat".  This ECG was the patient's initial "baseline".  Based on what the patient's primary care provider (PCP) misinterpreted in this ECG, the patient ended up having an erroneous diagnosis listed among their "active proble

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Featured Case Study by Guru member Vince DiGiulio, EMT-CC.

This week, in addition to my own blog, I'm going to feature a guest case study by Guru member Vince DiGiulio, EMT-CC.  This past Monday, Vince messaged me (along with Dr. Ken Grauer) on Facebook and requested my input and opinion on these serial ECGs.  With Vince's blessing, he gave me permission to use any of his original 12-lead ECGs here on the Guru.  Of his 6 ECGs, I've decided to post 4 of them here. 

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