Wolff-Parkinson-White (WPW) Syndrome is a combination of the presence of a congenital accessory pathway and episodes of tachyarrhythmias
A review of the ECG features of right ventricular outflow tract tachycardia (RVOT), a type of VT, with example ECGs.
A strong interdependent system of care can improve survival from out of hospital cardiac arrest, with Tony Walker ASM
Mixed pattern of RBBB in precordial leads and LBBB in limb leads, with a higher rate of progression to complete heart block than typical bifascicular block
Augustus Desiré Waller (1856 – 1922) was a British physiologist who recorded the first ever electrocardiogram (ECG).
Bundgaard et al introduced us in 2018 to "Familial ST-segment depression syndrome", a new cardiac arrhythmia syndrome predisposing to atrial fibrillation, VT, and sudden cardiac death.
William Cecil Dabney (1849-1894) was an American physician and obstetrician. Dabney recorded a case of 'Devil's grip' (pleurodynia), the first to be published in North America.
In 2008, Haïssaguerre et al challenged the well-embedded term "benign" early repolarization by demonstrating a link between this familiar ECG pattern and idiopathic VF arrest
Aslanger et al identified a specific ECG pattern concerning for acute inferior occlusion MI in patients with concomitant multi-vessel disease, that does not display contiguous ST-segment elevation or fulfil STEMI criteria
Dressler beat: Specifically a 'ventricular fusion beat' in the presence of paroxysmal ventricular tachycardia. Wide complex tachycardia with VT
Spodick Sign: Stage I Pericarditis, a downsloping of the TP line. Described 1974 by American Cardiologist, David H Spodick (1927 – 2019)
David H Spodick (1927 – 2019) was an American Cardiologist. Eponymously affiliated with Spodick's sign in acute pericarditis (1974)