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67 year old complains of palpitations. History is significant for CAD s/p pci, cardiomyopathy LVEF 30%. EKG suggests:1- Atrial tachycardia2- AVNRT3- VT4- Junctional tachycardia
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Systolic murmur and SOB
Bite-sized EKGs #7: Is this a STEMI or NOT?
A 41-year-old male presented with 2-hr history of severe retrosternal chest pain and diaphoresis. He has no prior history other than h/o smoking. In ED, he was diaphoretic and in severe pain rated 7/10. His vital signs stable. Presenting EKG is shown below. Question: Is this a STEMI or Not? What is the culprit lesion?
Bite-Sized EKG #6: Painless!
A 69-year-old man who is in the ER with palpitations. His past medical history is not immediately available. Physical exam is otherwise unremarkable. What is going on?
Bite-sized EKG #5: What would you do differently?
This is a 37-year-old female who was seen in the ER for left lower abdominal pain.While in the ER sleeping, the following rhythm strip was noticed. The ER provider ordered stat magnesium, cardiac troponins, EKG, which was within normal limits. What would you do next?
Bite-sized EKG #4: Lazy Wolf!
This is a 41-year-old African American male referred because of abnormal EKG that was noticed during an ER visit for uncontrolled hypertension.He denies chest pain, palpitation, shortness of breath, syncope or any other symptoms. He has a recent echocardiogram shows LVH, otherwise It is unremarkable.His job is a social worker. What is wrong with his EKG? and what is the next step of management? (answer the poll below)
Bite-sized EKG #3: Basic Cardiac Physiology!
A very motivated paramedic shared this EKG tracing done on one of his patients. No clinical details on the patient; however, this tracing depicts two basic cardiac physiological phenomena, one electrical and the other one is mechanical, what are they?
Bite-sized EKG #1: A pregnant young lady!
A 20-year-old African American lady that is 34 weeks pregnant. She is in the ER with nausea and vomiting and feels weak.What's going on?What diagnostic test should you order?