This ECG is from an 85yr old female who presented complaining of worsening dysponea and atypical chest pain. She has known atrial fibrillation and COPD.
At the time of clinical review we luckily had access to her old ECG's and a recent echo.
You can find the patient's echo result and a bit more information in our interpretation post for this ECG here.
An 85 yr old female with a history of COPD and atrial fibrillation presents to your Emergency Department. She complains of progressive dysponea, an ECG is performed.
Her BP is 176/89, sats 89% RA, and temp 37.8 C
Describe & interpret her ECG (100%)