The ECG below is from a 66 year old diabetic man who has presented with sepsis.
You are reviewing 42 year old man who has presented with syncope. His ECG is below.
The ECG below has been taken from an 89 year old gentleman who has just transferred from the SJA stretcher to an ED bed. He has a history of prostate cancer, IHD and Aortic Stenosis and had an episode of central chest pain with an associated collapse but is now pain free.
You’ve been asked to sign this ECG for a 75year old lady who has been referred by her GP with SOB and ? Left zone consolidation on CXR.
The following ECG is taken from a 19 year old male who presented with shortness of breath and chest pain in the context of a current URTI.
The ECG below is taken from a 4 year old boy who has presented with multiple episodes of syncope after sustaining a head injury in a fall of <1m.
You see a 77 year old diabetic lady with a one month history of SOBOE on a background of Rheumatic fever as a child. On examination she has a pan systolic murmur. Continue reading