The long list of VT "suggestive" ECG features is difficult to recall and apply in real time. Simple ABCDE approach to this common dilemma
An important rhythm distinction between ventricular (VT) or supraventricular (SVT with aberrancy) this will influence your patient management
ECG features of Idiopathic Fascicular Ventricular Tachycardia. AKA Belhassen-type VT, verapamil-sensitive VT or infrafascicular tachycardia.
Does your mind go blank at a code? “Whenever I turn up to a MET call, all I do is rule out six things." - the six true emergencies
"VT or not VT? That is the question..." you muse. Then your patient Bill says "A shock, a shock, my kingdom for a shock"...
Ventricular fibrillation and (pulseless) ventricular tachycardia mandate immediate CPR, advanced life support and correction of underlying causes.
Middle-aged patient presenting with palpitations. Describe and interpret this ECG. VT with LBBB morphology. Josephson sign
Middle-aged patient presenting with palpitations. Describe and interpret this ECG. LITFL Top 100 ECG. VT with Dominant R wave V1
Definition, mechanism, and clinical significance of ventricular tachycardia (VT). Typical ECG findings with examples of monomorphic VT
Bidirectional ventricular tachycardia (BVT) is a rare ventricular dysrhythmia characterised by a beat-to-beat alternation of the frontal QRS axis
At the start of another busy weekend nightshift in a rural ED you take over the care of an agitated, aggressive head injured patient...
There are some things in medicine that I feel require a standardized approach for rapid diagnosis & management, especially in the face of an unstable patient & you have a little sweat on your brow. The following are two somewhat…