Two ECG’s this week from a 76yr old female who presented complaining of palpitations and dysponea.
She has a history of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation and chronic smoking related lung disease.
Medications include warfarin, calcium channel blocker, and other non-cardiac related medications.
The first ECG was performed when the patient arrived, the second ECG was performed not long after but prior to treatment being instigated.
Check out the case and the ECG’s here.
This week’s case had a 97yr old presenting with presyncope, and 2 ECG’s performed only 1 minute apart. Check out the interpretation here:
This week’s case is from a 97yr old presenting with presyncope. I will endeavour to get some more clinical information today. I’ve included two ECG’s as they were performed only 1 minute apart.
Check out the ECG’s here:
ECG of the Week – 6th January 2014
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