Bidirectional ventricular tachycardia (BVT) is a rare ventricular dysrhythmia characterised by a beat-to-beat alternation of the frontal QRS axis
ECG changes of benign early repolarisation (BER, J-point elevation, high take-off). Tips to distinguish BER from acute pericarditis
Which conditions qualify a patient for an ICD implant? What is the difference between primary and secondary prevention?
Medmastery ICD Essentials course. Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD), and how they differ from brady pacemakers.
Robert Adams (1791 - 1875) was an Irish surgeon.
A baby with Tetralogy of Fallot presents to the emergency department in respiratory distress and is 'turning blue'. What will you do?
Diagnosis Wenckebach - audio, visual and kinaesthetic learning modalities within a contextual setting is an effective educational ploy.
Insights from the podcast PE/ PERC wars that are raging on the web as a result of the clash of two New York titans on EMCrit...
At the start of another busy weekend nightshift in a rural ED you take over the care of an agitated, aggressive head injured patient...
Ventricular fibrillation and sudden death triggered by a blunt, non penetrating, and often innocent appearing unintentional blow to the chest without damage to the ribs, sternum, or heart (and in the absence of underlying cardiovascular disease) constitute an event know as commotio cordis, which translates from the Latin as agitation of the heart.