The Weekend Roundup: ECG Highlights from Around the Web…

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In case you missed it this week:

 

We had a great case discussion regarding an equivocally challenging ECG.. Was it pericarditis in the end?

 

Dr. Smith had a great case about Wellens' and the implications for treatment.

 

Amal Mattu's ECG video of the week tackles the Modified (yes, a nod to Dr. Smith!) Sgarbossa Criteria.

 

How good are your arrhythmia recognitions skills? GE Healthcare has this Arrhythmia Quiz, 24 questions, with a good review of the essential rules of interpretation!

 

Dr. Venkatesan wonders… "Is it a crime to treat ACS withoug knowing coronary anatomy?"

 

K. Wang presents a new ECG Video covering electrolyte disturbances.

 

Theblunddissection has a quick trauma ECG case involving a 42 year old male c/o chest pain following an MVA.

 

Important Cardiac Arrest news from Wake County showing evidence that we should work cardiac arrests until ROSC or ETCO2 < 11.

 

In this video, Dr. Sheldon Cheskes discusses his study regarding the Peri-shock Pause.

 

Don't forget to check out the latest from the Code STEMI Web Series!

 

Have a great weekend!

 

 

 

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John
Adenosine given for a narrow-complex tachycardia over 150
If things such as Sepsis, Drug Use, Medication issues, Anxiety, Pain, etc.. have been ruled out, and the rate is still >160 (or whatever number you use). How else do you determine S-Tach Vs. SVT? Does a 12 Lead Help (QRS Complexes facing different directions due to different pathways etc..) or a simple 4 Lead?…
2015-01-19 19:44:32
Brandon O
Adenosine for sinus tachycardia: Try to avoid this!
She may not have had anxiety, but I bet she was a carrier...
2015-01-18 02:31:08
Brooks Walsh MD
Adenosine for sinus tachycardia: Try to avoid this!
Highly unusual for this to be sinus at that rate!
2015-01-17 19:21:04
Mel
Adenosine for sinus tachycardia: Try to avoid this!
I experience bouts of tachycardia. I had it investigated about 5 years ago after being woken during the night by projectile vomiting and feeling my heart racing/thumping with carotid pulse that I could certainly palpate but had no chance of counting (whether the 2 symptoms were related or coincidental, I don't know). I've had multiple…
2015-01-17 18:47:19
Chee Yong Chuan
90 year old male CC: "Possible stroke"
This is a non diagnostic ECG The history is actually not typical of a stroke. Sounds more like a pre-syncopal attack, however, a transient ischemic attack cannot be confidently ruled out. There was no neurological deficit upon arrival of the paramedics. The ECG shows: -Sinus rhythm -Regular, QRS complexes narrow, beating at a rate of…
2015-01-17 12:18:13

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