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I'm coming up to my ACEM Fellowship exam later on this year and as part of my exam practice I'm trying to consider the ECG of the Week in a VAQ format.
With this in mind I'll be adding an exam style question with each ECG of the Week from now on for people to consider. I won't be directly answering these questions on the blog but hope they give a different spin on how our reader's can use the blog and ECG's.
For those of you not coming up to exams it might just be a bit of fun :-)
47 year old female presents complaining of palpitations onset 3 hours age. She denies chest pain and is not short of breath. She has no prior medical history. Blood pressure is 120/75.
Her ECG is above.
a) Describe and interpret her ECG (30%)
b) Outline your management options (70%)