ECG of the Week 1 February 2023 – Interpretation
The following ECG was obtained from a 74 year old man with a history of coronary artery bypass grafting and aortic valve replacement who presented to hospital complaining of 4 days of palpitations and a few hours of chest tightness. What can be noted?
ECG of the Week 25th January 2023 – Interpretation
The following ECG was obtained from a 70 year old man with a history of chronic renal impairment, pre-dialysis. Relevant medications include verapamil 240mg daily. He presented to hospital complaining of palpitations. His blood pressure is 140/70 and his serum potassium is 5.2mmol/L. Please describe the ECG and the outline your management of the patient.
ECG of the Week 18th January 2023 – Interpretation
The following ECG was obtained from a priority 1 ambulance transfer that arrived at 2245 hours on a weekday. The patient is 44 years old and complained of a few hours of chest pain and palpitations, was conscious, and had a blood pressure of 110/70. Describe the ECG, and discuss how you will manage his arrhythmia.
ECG of the Week 11th January 2023 – Interpretation
The following ECG was obtained from a 61 year old man with coronary artery disease and previous coronary stents. Please describe and interpret the ECG and provide your next steps in his management.
ECG of the Week 4th December 2022 – Interpretation
The following is an ECG of a 70 year old man who was in a tachyarrhythmia about an hour ago at a rate of approximately 160bpm, who failed adenosine 6mg and 12mg, and was subsequently administered 10mmol of MgSO4 and 500microg of loading Digoxin and 5mg IV metoprolol. Please describe the patient’s ECG now.