Learning cardiac axis interpretation can be tedious. Open source webapp hosted on CardiacAxis.com to analyse axis in English and German
The Osborn wave (J wave) is a positive deflection at the J point (negative in aVR and V1). It is usually most prominent in the precordial leads and most commonly associated with hypothermia.
First reported by de Winter in 2008, the de Winter ECG pattern is an anterior STEMI equivalent that presents without obvious ST segment elevation
ECG lead positioning. V4R, right sided ECG, Lewis lead, 3-lead, 5-lead, 12-lead ECG and electrode placement on chest and limbs
This review will change your approach to localised ST depression on the ECG, which on its own does not accurately localise ischaemia, and may be the first sign of subtle occlusion
EM attendings are generally faster and more accurate at ECG interpretation than residents and medical students. But how are they able to process this information so much quicker while maintaining accuracy?
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ECG Axis. Hexaxial QRS Axis analysis for dummies. Quick and easy method of estimating ECG axis with worked examples and differential diagnoses
Dressler beat: Specifically a 'ventricular fusion beat' in the presence of paroxysmal ventricular tachycardia. Wide complex tachycardia with VT
An important rhythm distinction between ventricular (VT) or supraventricular (SVT with aberrancy) this will influence your patient management
Epsilon wave is a small positive deflection buried in the end of the QRS complex on the ECG. Characteristic ARVD arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia
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