A patient presents obtunded, GCS 3, RR 8. The ECG makes the dx! Check it out in 11min.
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!
Check an ECG on patients with seizures? Why??
A 68 yo woman presents with a regular wide complex tachycardia. Take a 12-minute stroll through the approach to the diagnosis:
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