Can you spot the “deliberate” mistake and solve the puzzle of this unusual ECG tracing? Wenckebach AV block SA block
Friedrich von Müller (1858 – 1941) was a German physician. Revered as ‘The Great Clinician’ (Dem Grossen Kliniker), he is now best remembered for Müller sign in aortic regurgitation (1889).
aka ECG Interpretation Made Easy One day, in a town not too far from here, the ICU registrar (you) is admitting a 60 year old male, who has just been brought into the emergency department with profound weakness, and needed to be intubated for respiratory failure. They were struggling in the ER, all resuscitation bays […]
Thomas Hodgkin (1798 – 1866) was an English physician and pathologist. Eponym: Hodgkin disease (1832); Key-Hodgkin murmur (1827)
Charles Aston Key (1793 –1849) was an English surgeon. Eponym: Key-Hodgkin murmur (1827)
ECG of a 14yr old female who presents following an episode of palpitations and associated dizziness. Interpret her ECG using the Arruda algorithm
William Dock (1898-1990) American cardiologist, irascible visionary whose prophetic warnings bucked convention. Dock’s murmur, Dock’s Law
Biography Born 30 May 1846 Died 24 November 1910 Medical Eponyms Mosso balance (1882) Ergograph (1890) Ergograph (1890) used during his physiological studies on muscular work and fatigue (Die Ermudung) Mosso sphygmomanometer Key Medical Attributions Controversies Major Publications Mosso A. Introduzione ad una serie di esperienza sui movimenti del cervello nell’uomo. Archivio per le scienze […]