Wolff-Parkinson-White (WPW) Syndrome is a combination of the presence of a congenital accessory pathway and episodes of tachyarrhythmias
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The characteristic ECG findings in the Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome include a slurred upstroke to the QRS complex (the Delta wave)
Part four of a 5 part lecture series on ECG/EKG Interpretation on tachyarrhythmias with Dr Theo Sklavos and cardiologist A/Prof William Wang.
Paul Dudley White (1886-1973) was an American cardiologist. White with Louis Wolff and John Parkinson (WPW syndrome 1930); McGinn-White pattern (1935)
Sir John Parkinson (1885-1976) was an English cardiologist. In 1930, Parkinson along with Louis Wolff and Paul Dudley White, described WPW Syndrome
Louis Wolff (1898-1972) was an American cardiologist. Eponymously affiliated with the Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome (WPW) described in 1930
ECG of a 14yr old female who presents following an episode of palpitations and associated dizziness. Interpret her ECG using the Arruda algorithm
20 yr old female who presented to the Emergency Department following an episode of chest pain. At review she was pain free and all vital signs were normal. Her serial ECG's are below, there is ~30 mins between each ECG.
35 yr old male who presented to the Emergency Department complaining of palpitations, dyspnoea, and lightheadedness. Describe and interpret this ECG. LITFL Top 100 ECG
33 year old male presents with shortness of breath and dizziness during an indoor soccer game. Describe and interpret this ECG. LITFL Top 100 ECG
ECG of a 7 year old boy presenting with intermittent feeling of 'butterflies fluttering' in his chest