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A 51 year old with collapse

The case A 51 year old male is brought into ED after collapsing at work. He had been...

Webinar Series

'Own The Arrhythmia'(Wednesday 25th October 2017) We look at the common arrhythmia presentations and develop an approach to...

ECG of The Week – 24 April 2017

A 58 year old male presents with an episode of pre-syncope. On arrival he feels well. He describes...

ECG of the Week 6 March 2017

A 19 yo male, University student presents with stabbing chest pain, with a pleuritic component. The pain radiates...

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...

The ECG’s of Pulmonary Embolism

Let me start by saying that some pulmonary embolisms(PE)’s are obvious. In those, you don’t need pulmonary embolism...

Module 7: Intervals

This is simple and straightforward. Look for PR intervals and QT intervals. A prolonged PR interval on its...

Module 8: Pacing Spikes

This is the simplest module of them all. Simply look for pacing spikes in all leads. The issue...

Module 5: The ST-T Segment

The ST-T Segment The first point to make is that the baseline to use when reading the ECG...