Sunday, 3 May 2015

ECG of the Week - 4th May 2015

This week's ECG is from a 70 yr old male who presented following an episode of syncope.
Nil significant medical history or medications. He complained of light-headiness at the time of clinical review. BP, Sats, RR, temp and BSL were all within normal limits.

ECG of the Week - 27th April 2015 - Interpretation

Some old ECG's from my collection for this week. These ECG's are from an 80 yr old female who presented with pre-syncope. The three ECG's were performed over the course of an hour. Check out the comments on our original post here.

Saturday, 25 April 2015

ECG of the Week - 27th April 2015

Some old ECG's from my collection for this week. These ECG's are from an 80 yr old female who presented with pre-syncope. The three ECG's were performed over the course of an hour.

ECG of the Week - 20th April 2015 - Interpretation

This week's ECG is form a 73 yr old male who presented to the Emergency Department complaining of 10+ hours of chest pain, sore throat, cough and dysponea. He has an AICD in situ and known cardiomyopathy (EF 25%). Vital signs were within normal limits. 
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Sunday, 19 April 2015

ECG of the Week - 20th April 2015

This week's ECG is form a 73 yr old male who presented to the Emergency Department complaining of 10+ hours of chest pain, sore throat, cough and dysponea. He has an AICD in situ and known cardiomyopathy (EF 25%). Vital signs were within normal limits. 

ECG of the Week - 13th April 2015 - Interpretation

This ECG is from an 89 yr old male with multiple co-morbidities including cognitive impairment, cardiac failure and diabetes. He presented to the Emergency Department with several hours of chest pain and has a PPM in-situ for an unknown indication.
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Saturday, 11 April 2015

ECG of the Week - 13th April 2015

This ECG is from an 89 yr old male with multiple co-morbidities including cognitive impairment, cardiac failure and diabetes. He presented to the Emergency Department with several hours of chest pain and has a PPM in-situ for an unknown indication.


ECG of the Week - 6th April 2015 - Interpretation

This week's ECG is from a 32yr old female with a history of palpitations. She takes flecanide and verapamil. She presents to the Emergency Department complaining of palpitations for the last few hours. She is conscious, denies chest pain or dysponea and her blood pressure is normal.
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