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Sam Ghali, M.D. Mar 28
Here’s a GREAT of a man who was rushed to the ER by EMS unconscious and unable to answer questions. According to his wife he had no known COVID symptoms or contacts. What’s the diagnosis?
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LearntheHeart.com Mar 25
Digoxin Toxicity: Bidirectional ventricular tachycardia on Wide QRS with alternating axis
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Due to the rising incidence of , aging population, and technological advancements in , the global market is poised to grow at a 6.4% CAGR through 2024: ()
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Past Medical History Mar 28
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LearntheHeart.com Mar 25
Ventricular Tachycardia : LBBB morphology - VT if wide R wave > 40 ms in lead V1, SVT with aberrancy if < 40 ms.
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LearntheHeart.com Mar 23
Most common ECG finding in pulmonary embolism is sinus tachycardia NOT the S1Q3T3 pattern
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LearntheHeart.com Mar 26
Sinus Tachycardia : Name 10 causes. Rarely primary disorder requiring SA node ablation
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LearntheHeart.com Mar 26
Wolff-Parkinson-White shows "delta wave" from conduction through an accessory pathway.
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Andreu Porta Sánchez 4h
The risk of drug-induced is well known for hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin. is needed with QTc measurements. If prolongation > 60ms from baseline or QTc > 500ms the dose should be decreased.
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LearntheHeart.com Mar 24
Recall that ischemia CAN be detected on if right bundle branch block present. See inferior STEMI with RBBB.
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B-Secur 1h
The features within our HeartKey® are perfectly positioned to help the the physiological changes, via algorithms, brought by such as the .
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Dr. Roig Mar 28
The goal of 👉 is to fill an important gap in the EKG learning process. Currently, most physicians, nurses and students experience problems when performing an adequate interpretation of an EKG.
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LearntheHeart.com 23h
Bainbridge Reflex HR increases when atrial pressure increases as during inspiration ➔ increased venous return ➔ sinus arrhythmia on
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Sanjeev Bhavnani MD Mar 28
Come join innovation research presented by Christine Shen and continue the dialogue on for VT/VF diagnosis within a new design to improve process of care
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LearntheHeart.com Mar 24
Three irregularly irregular rhythms Atrial Fibrillation Atrial Flutter (variable conduction) MAT
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LearntheHeart.com Mar 25
Left Ventricular Hypertrophy : Know the criteria and know when "strain" pattern present.
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LearnTheHeart ECG 12h
ECG Quiz Daily 20 yo asymptomatic
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LearntheHeart.com Mar 23
Brugada Syndrome: Type 1 "Coved" ST elevation V1 Type 2 "Saddleback" ST elevation V1 (see ) Type 3 Combo 1+2
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Medical Exam Prep 3h
Which vessel is involved in this myocardial infarction?
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LearntheHeart.com Mar 26
2nd Degree Type I AV Block = Wenkebach...rarely symptomatic. No pacemaker required.
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