Tag Archives: Wellens’ Syndrome

All that wiggles isn’t Wellens’

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   This is the discussion for our Snapshot Case involving a 45 year old female complaining of chest pain. Here is the 12 lead for review:                           There is sinus rhythm at about 75 bpm, with a slightly leftward axis. Slight ST elevation […]

Name that ECG: 66 year old female – Findings

This is the conclusion to our Name that ECG case: 66 year old female, resolved chest pain. 66 year old female, resolved chest pain.   Rhythm: Rate: atrial rate of ~55 bpm, ventricular rate of ~55 bpm Regularity: regular P-waves: sinus (upright in I and II), associated 1:1 with the QRS PRi: 140 ms QRS […]

62 year old male: Chest Discomfort – Conclusion

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This is the conclusion to our three part case series, 62 year old male: Chest Discomfort. Before reading the conclusion, we suggest you check out Part I and Part II. Thanks again to Vince DiGiulio, EMT-CC for this wonderful case! When we last left off, our patient had experienced a resolution of his chest pain […]

Discussion to 63 year old male: chest pain – Wellens' Syndrome? Or something else…

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This is the discussion for 63 year old male: Chest Pain. Many of you thought the original 12 leads showed Wellens' Syndrome.  Lets review some key points about the T wave inversions of Wellens' for a moment: They occur when an occluded artery is reperfused, spontaneously or otherwise They are always recorded during a pain […]

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