ECG

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Is it Thoracic Aortic Dissection?

The Case A 58 yo patient presents to the emergency department with central crushing chest pain that came...

A Patient with Wide Complex Tachycardia

Beware the Impersonators This week we see one of my favourite ECGs of the year. In fact I...

5 Things you Must do when Patients Present with Syncope

Patients who present to the emergency department following a syncopal episode can be a diagnostic challenge to us....

Is SVT an ischaemic arrhythmia?

We often see patients presenting with SVT. They often have ST changes, so we have to ask; Is...

Dextrocardia: Can you pick it on ECG?

This is a great case that highlights how important it is, to know how to check if your...

An Ominous ECG Sign

This is a fantastic case to learn from for a recent Circulation article(1) titled 'An Ominous ECG Sign...

ECG predictors of Cardiac Arrhythmias in Elderly with Syncope

CASE A 72 yo woman presents to your emergency department following an episode of syncope. There was a...

Slow Atrial Fibrillation or Complete Heart Block: Lewis lead to the rescue

A 90-year-old gentleman presents via ambulance to the ED. He has suffered a presyncopal episode whilst out at...

The Lewis Lead

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