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ECG Mixtape: Vol. 2

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Welcome to the second installment in our ECG Mixtape series! It looks like this will be an irregular publication while we streamline our process of picking cases and getting permission to reproduce them. Enjoy! Pick of the Week This weeks top pick comes from cardiologist Dr. Gianni Manzo in São Paulo, Brazil, who shared this […]

ECG Mixtape: Vol. 1

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Welcome to the start of a new series here at EMS 12-Lead. With the ECG Mixtapes we’ll compile some of the week’s best ECG’s from around the world of social media and #FOAMed. As High Fidelity taught us, “The making of a great compilation tape, like breaking up, is hard to do and takes ages […]

59 Year Old Female: Intermittent Head Pain (Conclusion)

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This is the conclusion to Wednesday’s post; if you haven’t seen it, I highly suggest checking out the original case description and initial ECG. Wednesday’s case introduced a 59 year old woman with a chief complaint of intermittent occipital head pain for about 10 days. Recently, it had started radiating into her neck and upper […]

59 Year Old Female: Intermittent Head Pain

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One of my co-workers told me that she wants to see more case studies. A 59-year-old female presents to the emergency department with a chief complaint of “head pain that comes and goes.” She describes the pain as a dull ache in her occiput that’s been striking without warning a couple of times per day […]

No, doubling the paper speed will not reveal hidden P-waves

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Apparently I went to the Rick Bukata School of Titling Articles. A 22-year-old male presents with agitation and delirium after smoking an unknown substance that an equally unknown person on the street offered him. You note a rapid radial pulse at around 150 bpm and attach him to the cardiac monitor: Well now we’re in […]

The 12 Rhythms of Christmas: Paroxysmal AV-Block

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This article is the ninth in our latest series, The 12 Rhythms of Christmas, where we examine a different rhythm disorder with each new post. It’s a continuation of the theme behind last year’s 12 Leads of Christmas. And, just like last year’s series, I’m rather late getting the final articles out, but the end […]

The 12 Rhythms of Christmas: High-Grade AV-Block

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This article is the eighth in our latest series, The 12 Rhythms of Christmas, where each day we examine a new rhythm disorder. It’s a continuation of the theme behind last year’s 12 Leads of Christmas. In our recent articles we’ve discussed three different types of AV-block that cause dropped P-waves: type I, type II, […]

The 12 Rhythms of Christmas: 2:1 AV-Block

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This article is the seventh in our latest series, The 12 Rhythms of Christmas, where each day we examine a new rhythm disorder. It’s a continuation of the theme behind last year’s 12 Leads of Christmas. Our last two posts have examined type I and type II AV-block, so it’s only fitting that we continue […]

The 12 Rhythms of Christmas: Type II AV-Block

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This article is the sixth in our latest series, The 12 Rhythms of Christmas, where each day we examine a new rhythm disorder. It’s a continuation of the theme behind last year’s 12 Leads of Christmas. Type II AV-Block Except for first degree,  type II is probably the simplest of the AV-blocks to identify. There’s […]

The 12 Rhythms of Christmas: Type I AV-Block

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This article is the fifth in our latest series, The 12 Rhythms of Christmas, where each day we examine a new rhythm disorder. It’s a continuation of the theme behind last year’s 12 Leads of Christmas. Before we delve into today’s particular rhythm I’d like to discuss a bit of terminology. My first ECG textbook […]

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