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The Lewis Lead

The Lewis lead(1), is a means of detecting atrial activity and can be used where p waves are...

ST Elevation in aVR

A 70 year old woman presents with severe shortness of breath and chest pain. She loses output briefly. Her...

ECG of the week 22 Februrary 2017

A 23 year old male presents with 6 hours of central sharp chest pain, left arm heaviness and...

External Pacing

A 65 year old male is brought to the emergency department. He has had a collapse at home....

How to Read The Paediatric ECG

Below is an ECG taken of a 0ne week old infant, who has some shortness of breath whilst...

How to Read the ECG

Reading the ECG, is one of the most important skills in Medicine. We are expected to read them...

ECG in 20 seconds explained

OK here it is! We’ve just finished and amazing Cardiac Course (next year’s course now open) at RPA in Sydney...

ECG in 20 seconds

One of the unfortunate consequences of busier ED’s is we do more of everything. Every shift, most of...
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