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Hi, I need opinions. This ECG belongs a 32 year old lady just delivered her baby via emergency LSCS. Intra-operatively the anesthetist noted ectopic beats, but couldn't record down the rhythm. Post op ECG showed as attached. Repeated ECGs were similar. She has been asymptomatic all the time. BP 120/74 HR 90 Afebrile. Physical examination and blood investigations are all unremarkable.
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45 years male, type 2 DM since 5 years, HTN, smoker, dyslipidemia, obese. Complaining chest pain since tow hours 
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How often should someone get an EKG done? Like how many times per year/ month etc. thanks! 

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ECG of the Week - 5th July 2015
This week's ECG is from a 65 year old male who was brought to the ED following an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. What does the ECG show ? What would you do about it ?

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ECG of the Week - 4th May 2015
This week's ECG is from a 70 yr old male who presented following an episode of syncope. There is an obvious abnormality but it is also a really nice example of another ECG phenomenon.

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63 y. M. Hx:1 year before CABG,he has palpitations 1 hour before.
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This is the prehospital EKG of a 55 year old obese male who fell at work. No previous medical history. He was previously complaining of fatigue and chest pain to his colleagues.

A: patent
B: tachypneic, symmetrical auscultation, no signs of pulmonary edema
C: tachycardia at about 120, un-recordable BP, no palpable pulse (radial and femoral), cold extremities
D: confused, barely answering
E: lying on the floor, diaphoretic
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58 y old male with typical chest pain and prior anterior MI. First part of the follow up:

Here are the right sided and posterior leads. Sorry for the picture of the right sided leads which is a bit out of focus. Unfortuntely I did not found any prior EKG of this patient, but the posterior leads seems unequivocal to me.

Moreover in the ED, the patient was hypotensive and made several episodes of unsustained VT.

I must say I did not care for this patient in the ED but later on, after he was admitted to ICU. I ll have some more EKG to share about this case.

Thanks for your comments!

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12/02/2015
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57M with chest pain x 24hrs. Phx stent but noncompliant with meds

Prisoner. Non English speaking. Stents done overseas - no info on vessels.

Opinions please

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First one I've shared. 
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58 year old male presents with typical chest pain. He has multiple cardiovascular risk factors with history of anterior MI (middle portion of the LAD stented).

Any comments about this EKG?


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