A Guide to Paediatric ECG Interpretation. Pediatric EKG review of the normal and abnormal electrocardiographic features of ECG in children
ST segment is the flat section of the ECG between end of S and start of the T wave between ventricular depolarization and repolarization EKG
A 6-year old boy presents to ED in agony after entrapping his penis in the zipper of his new jeans. Do you have the skills to set him free?
Palpitations. QRS alternans – due to AVNRT (i.e. electrical phenomenon), not pericardial effusion as normal voltages.
Elderly patient sudden onset chest pain and shortness of breath. Hypoxic (SaO2 82% RA) and hypotensive (80/50). Describe and interpret his ECG
18-year old female with severe traumatic brain injury, ICP 40mmHg. Fluctuating BPs. Describe and interpret her ECG
Severe chest pain and hypotension (70/40) in an elderly man. Describe and interpret his ECG. anteroseptal STEMI
Elderly patient with chest pain and diaphoresis. Describe and interpret his ECG. posterior V7, V8, V9, V7-9, posterior infarction
Elderly patient presenting with chest pain and diaphoresis. Describe and interpret his ECG. posterior infarction, infero-posterior STEMI