The ECG changes associated with acute pulmonary embolism may be seen in any condition that causes acute pulmonary hypertension, including hypoxia causing pulmonary hypoxic vasoconstriction.
This ECG is from a 47 year old female. She presents with acute onset severe dyspnoea. Her vitals signs are BP 95/42; RR 30; sats 88% (room air) Describe and interpret this ECG
A 23 year-old man had an episode of syncope at home. He is in severe respiratory distress, extremely pale, dripping with sweat. ECG Exigency
A 35 year-old female is brought to the emergency department after collapsing in a shopping centre. McConnell sign
An echo reveals a dilated and poorly functioning right ventricle with RV wall thickness of 6mm (≤5mm). You wonder whether this is a massive pulmonary embolism or just the changes of chronic pulmonary hypertension.
A classic respiratory case. This 25 year old female presented with worsening breathless. She has no previous medical problems.
70-year old patient presenting with chest pain, dyspnoea and dizziness. BP 90/50. SaO2 83% RA Describe and interpret this ECG.