Friday, 18 July 2014

ECG of the Week - 21st July 2014

This ECG is from a 50 yr old male who presented complaining of productive cough and fever for 2 days.

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

ECG of the Week - 14th July 2014 - Interpretation

This week's ECG is from a 67 yr old male who presents with 2 hours of chest pain with associated dysponea and nausea.
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Friday, 11 July 2014

ECG of the Week - 14th July 2014

This week's ECG is from a 67 yr old male who presents with 2 hours of chest pain with associated dysponea and nausea.


Wednesday, 9 July 2014

ECG of the Week - 7th July 2014 - Interpretation

This week's ECG comes from the same patient as last weeks case (ECG of the Week - 30th June). You'll remember we had a 70yr old male who presented with chest pain, palpitations and hypotension. He underwent DC cardioversion and this is his post cardioversion ECG.
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Friday, 4 July 2014

ECG of the Week - 7th July 2014

This week's ECG comes from the same patient as last weeks case (ECG of the Week - 30th June). You'll remember we had a 70yr old male who presented with chest pain, palpitations and hypotension. He underwent DC cardioversion and this is his post cardioversion ECG.

ECG of the Week - 30th June 2014 - Interpretation

This ECG is from a 70yr old male who presented with chest pain and palpitations.
Vital signs: BP 85/64 RR 20 Sats 98% on 10L/min.
I don't have any more information on the patient's past medical history or current medication.
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Friday, 27 June 2014

ECG of the Week - 30th June 2014

This ECG is from a 70yr old male who presented with chest pain and palpitations.
Vital signs: BP 85/64 RR 20 Sats 98% on 10L/min.
I don't have any more information on the patient's past medical history or current medication.

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

ECG of the Week - 23rd June 2014 - Interpretation

This ECG is from a 10yr old boy who presented with mild dysponea.
Wheeze at home treated with inhaler. Past medical history of mild asthma, nil developmental concerns. Only medication is salbutamol inhaler PRN.
Vitals signs: BP 105/60 RR 20 T 36.4 Sats 99%
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