Friday, 31 July 2015

ECG of the Week - 3rd August 2015

This ECG is from a 50 year old male who presented with 2 hours of typical chest pain on a background of progressive dysponea for the preceding 2 weeks. Past medical history of hypertension, diabetes and hyperlipidaemia. 

Wednesday, 29 July 2015

ECG of the Week - 27th July 2015 - Interpretation

This ECG is from a 28 year old female who presented complaining of intermittent pre-syncope and palpitations. She is normally fit & well and is 34 weeks pregnant.
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Friday, 24 July 2015

ECG of the Week - 27th July 2015

This ECG is from a 28 year old female who presented complaining of intermittent pre-syncope and palpitations. She is normally fit & well and is 34 weeks pregnant.

Wednesday, 22 July 2015

Friday, 17 July 2015

ECG of the Week - 20th July 2015

This ECG is from a 50 year old male who presented with 10 hours of chest pain.
Background history of hypertension and smoking.

ECG of the Week - 13th July 2015 - Interpretation

This ECG is from a 36 year old male who presented to the Emergency Department with 8 hours of right sided chest pain.
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Sunday, 12 July 2015

ECG of the Week - 13th July 2015

This ECG is from a 36 year old male who presented to the Emergency Department with 8 hours of right sided chest pain.

ECG of the Week - 6th July 2015 - Interpretation

The following ECG is from a 65 year old male who was brought to the Emergency Department following an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. ROSC was achieved pre-hospital following an episode of VT. ON arrival GCS 3, intubated with sats 98%, BP 75 systolic.
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Friday, 3 July 2015

ECG of the Week - 6th July 2015

The following ECG is from a 65 year old male who was brought to the Emergency Department following an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. ROSC was achieved pre-hospital following an episode of VT. ON arrival GCS 3, intubated with sats 98%, BP 75 systolic.

ECG of the Week - 29th June 2015 - Interpretation

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.
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