ECGs by Example
Churchill Livingstone, 1997 - Medical - 178 pages
This unique book shows ECG's as they really appear in everyday practice. Each of the individual traces is accompanied by a list of the main diagnostic features along with a full report of the ECT, noting any other clinical details that may be important. Boxes list the common causes of the abnormalities shown. Key features of the ECG are reproduced again using annotations to guide the reader.
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Supraventricular tachycardia with aberrant
Bundle branch block
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accessory pathway acute inferior atrial fibrillation atrial flutter atrial hypertrophy atrial rate aWF Fig bundle branch block chest leads CLINICAL NOTE complete heart block degree heart block delta wave diagnosis digoxin dissociation escape rhythm FEATURES hyperkalaemia inferior leads Initial r wave inverted P wave ischaemia Ischaemic heart disease junctional lateral leads LBBB lead V1 leads Fig left anterior hemiblock left atrial abnormality left axis deviation left bundle branch left ventricular hypertrophy Long PR interval Long QT myocardial infarction normal QRS axis notched NOTE This lady pacing pattern pulmonary embolus q waves QRS complexes QRS duration QT interval RBBB reciprocating tachycardia Rhythm strip right axis deviation Second degree heart sick sinus syndrome sinus bradycardia Sinus rhythm Sinus tachycardia Skeletal muscle interference small squares ST segment stenosis V1 Fig ventricles ventricular premature beats ventricular tachycardia wave changes wave in lead wave in V1 wave inversion wide complex tachycardia wide QRS