Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Hills and Valleys

This was taken from a 62 year old man with hypertension and coronary artery disease on medications.

Challenge: What's your interpretation?

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2 comments:

deardoc said...

hyperkalemia?

Craig Chen said...

Some of the T's do look a little peaked, but this was a LBBB.
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Hills and Valleys

This is a left bundle branch block given the monophasic R wave in Lead I without a Q or S wave and dominant S wave with narrow R wave in V1-2. The rhythm is slightly irregular (supraventricular).

Sources: ECG Cribsheets by Thomas Evans; Wikipedia.