Friday, 26 June 2015

ECG of the Week - 29th June 2015

This week's ECG case is from an 83yr old male who presented to the Emergency Department with several days of atypical chest pain with negative serial biomarkers. He had no relevant past medical history and was on no medication. The first ECG was taken on arrival to the Emergency Department the second ECG was perform when it was noted his heart rate has decreased suddenly. The patient remained asymptomatic during this period with normal conscious level, normal blood pressure and no chest pain or dysponea.

ECG of the Week - 22nd June 2015 - Interpretation

This ECG is from a 75 year old female who presented with 1 hour of central chest pain.
She had recently been hospitalized for a NSTEMI and had 2 drug-eluting stents inserted to her mid RCA.
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Saturday, 20 June 2015

ECG of the Week - 22nd June 2015

This ECG is from a 75 year old female who presented with 1 hour of central chest pain.
She had recently been hospitalized for a NSTEMI and had 2 drug-eluting stents inserted to her mid RCA.

ECG of the Week - 15th June 2015 - Interpretation

This week's ECG is from an 82 yr old male who presented with worsening heart failure.

Friday, 12 June 2015

Wednesday, 10 June 2015

ECG of the Week - 8th June 2015 - Interpretation

Two ECG's for this week's case. They are from a 59 yr old female with a history of IHD, prior stents to LAD and non-compliance with anti-platelet therapy. She presented following a bee sting with dysponea, urticaria and a brief episode of chest pain. The ECG's below were performed 20 minutes apart.
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Friday, 5 June 2015

ECG of the Week - 8th June 2015

Two ECG's for this week's case. They are from a 59 yr old female with a history of IHD, prior stents to LAD and non-compliance with anti-platelet therapy. She presented following a bee sting with dysponea, urticaria and a brief episode of chest pain. The ECG's below were performed 20 minutes apart.

Thursday, 4 June 2015

ECG of the Week - 1st June 2015 - Interpretation

This week's ECG is from a 65 yr old who presented with palpitations for several hours. Past history of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation. We have two tracing to review - the first is a standard 12-lead ECG and the second is a lead I rhythm strip using a Lewis lead configuration but at standard calibration (10mm/mV & 25mm/s).
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