An 88-year-old man with palpitations and a HR fixed at 150. This is not flutter or AVNRT -- can you explain why?
Yet another ED patient with SVT -- but there is one feature on this ECG that suggests a congenital structural abnormality, can you spot it?
This ECG is from a 12 day old boy. Describe and interpret this ECG. LITFL Top 100 ECG
Narrow Complex Tachycardia: two main categories: 1. AV node independent; 2. AV node dependent
20-year old patient with sudden onset of palpitations. Describe and interpret this ECG. LITFL Top 100 ECG. SVT Pseudo R’ waves
the case. an 81 year old male is referred by his GP for ongoing tachycardia & progressive hypotension. He has been gradually taken off his antihypertensives (telmisartan & prazosin) over the past 2-3 weeks as his BP has consistently been 80-90mmHg…