Tag ECG Quiz
ICE -Ian’s clinical emergencies 340

ICE 004: Chest pain ECG

A 64 year old man attends the ED after developing chest pain radiating to the jaw and right arm while playing tennis. The pain has now been present for nearly half an hour and continues unabated. Describe his ECG
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ECG Case 075

Previously well 70 year old man presents to peripheral hospital with central chest pain and diaphoresis. Describe and interpret this ECG. LITFL Top 100 ECG
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ECG Case 074

97 year old gentleman found unconscious at home. Brought into emergency by ambulance at 10am having last been seen at 8pm the evening before.
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ECG Case 073

ECG of a 7 year old boy presenting with intermittent feeling of 'butterflies fluttering' in his chest
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ECG Case 072

This ECG is from a 49 year old. He self-presented to the emergency department with chest pain. Describe and interpret this ECG. LITFL Top 100 ECG
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ECG Case 071

Palpitations. QRS alternans – due to AVNRT (i.e. electrical phenomenon), not pericardial effusion as normal voltages.
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ECG Case 070

Elderly patient sudden onset chest pain and shortness of breath. Hypoxic (SaO2 82% RA) and hypotensive (80/50). Describe and interpret his ECG
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ECG Case 069

18-year old female with severe traumatic brain injury, ICP 40mmHg. Fluctuating BPs. Describe and interpret her ECG
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ECG Case 068

Severe chest pain and hypotension (70/40) in an elderly man. Describe and interpret his ECG. anteroseptal STEMI
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ECG Case 067

Elderly patient with chest pain and diaphoresis. Describe and interpret his ECG. posterior V7, V8, V9, V7-9, posterior infarction
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ECG Case 066

Elderly patient presenting with chest pain and diaphoresis. Describe and interpret his ECG. posterior infarction, infero-posterior STEMI
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ECG Case 065

Chest pain and diaphoresis. BP 80/50. Describe and interpret his ECG. Bradycardia and AV Block in Inferior STEMI