This ECG is from a 49 year old. He self-presented to the emergency department with chest pain, initial ECG is below. Describe and interpret this ECG
It’s a busy night shift in the ED (as always) and one of the Interns comes to present a case to you. He’s seen a 23 yr old female who has presented with lethargy and weakness. While you’re listening to the Intern your phone rings — it’s the lab calling to tell you the patient’s potassium is 1.9 mmol/L.
The latest trauma tribulation by John Larkin on the emergency assessment and management of major burns.
Left posterior fascicular block LPFB (left posterior hemiblock), impulses are conducted to the left ventricle via the left anterior fascicle
Left anterior fascicular block LAFB (aka left anterior hemiblock), impulses are conducted to the left ventricle via left posterior fascicle