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|This case report is kindly provided by Jonas de Jong and is part of the AMC case reports|
- This ECG was made shortly after this patient had been resuscitated. The patient was normothermic. What arrhythmia likely initiated the syncope?
- What technical abnormality is seen?
- This ECG shows a severely prolonged QTc interval, which makes the patient prone to Torsade de Pointes and potential ventricular fibrillation
- Lead I has a negative P wave and Negative QRS complex. The arm leads were interchanged while recording this ECG.
- The S in v1 + the R in v5 (equaling 35mm or greater) are indicative of left ventricular hypertrophy