Friday, 20 October 2017

ECG of the Week - 23rd October 2017

The following ECG is from a 24 yr old male who presents to the Emergency Department following a sporting injury. An ECG was performed as the patient stated they had a prior cardiac history. He had undergone an EP study and ablation for pre-excitation.

Wednesday, 18 October 2017

ECG of the Week - 16th October 2017 - Interpretation

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.

Friday, 13 October 2017

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.

Wednesday, 11 October 2017

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.

Friday, 6 October 2017

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.

Wednesday, 4 October 2017

ECG of the Week - 2nd October 2017 - Interpretation

The following ECG is from a 16 yr old male who presented with episodes of feeling unwell, nauseous and dizzy. He is on no medication and was investigated for palpitations 7 yrs ago without cause identified.

Friday, 29 September 2017

ECG of the Week - 2nd October 2017

The following ECG is from a 16 yr old male who presented with episodes of feeling unwell, nauseous and dizzy. He is on no medication and was investigated for palpitations 7 yrs ago without cause identified.

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

ECG of the Week - 25th September 2017 - Interpretation

The following ECG is from a 60 yr old female who was competing in a triathlon when she became short of breath. She was found to be hypothermic (32 C / 89.6 F) at the scene but normothermic on arrival to the Emergency Department (36 C/ 96.8 F)