A 51yr old presents with a post-prandial episode of syncope and subsequent sensation of episodic pre-syncope. No relevant past medical histroy or medications. This is her ECG.
Following on from last week, this 58 yr old male is brought to your Emergency Department following an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. After pre-hospital ROSC, the initial Emergency Department ECG showed complete heart block, a transvenous pacing wire has been placed, and IV adrenaline infusion commenced. This is his ECG.
A 71 year old female presents with dyspnoea, mild chest discomfort. She is febrile, and has this ECG.
A 47 yr old female with a history of cardiac failure presents to your emergency department with an unrelated injury, and this ECG was done.
A 83 year old patient presents to your Emergency Department complaining of lethargy, nausea, and vomiting. This is his ECG.
A 53 year old male presents to your Emergency Department following an episode of collapse and this ECG.
A 62 yr old male complaining of chest pain for 2 hours with this ECG