A patient with cancer presents with dyspnea. Easy clinical diagnosis, right? But check out the ECG first!
A patient presents obtunded, GCS 3, RR 8. The ECG makes the dx! Check it out in 11min.
29yo woman with STE. No traditional risk factors for ACS. What’s going on??
What do you do with a 12yo having a second seizure? Or if your nanny has a first seizure? Practical answers in 13 minutes.
What should you consider when a patient with pneumonia gets worse and flips their Ts?
If you don’t love electrocardiography, don’t bother watching this…instead, go pick a different specialty.
Can you have a Mobitz I in a tachycardic patient?? You’ll have an answer in 11min.
Got questions about RBBB? Get some answers in 11 minutes.
This week is a tough one! Is AV dissociation the same thing as complete heart block? And what does it mean when the P-waves are “flirting” with the QRS complexes?You’ll know in 16 minutes!
Is it RVH? Is it pre-excitation? Is it a PE? Or is it just a KID?! Give this case 13 minutes of your time and you’ll learn how kids try to fool us!
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