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*[[ICBA31|ICBA case 31: Accelerated idioventricular rhythm]]
 
*[[ICBA31|ICBA case 31: Accelerated idioventricular rhythm]]
 
*[[ICBA32|ICBA case 32: Antegrade AV block with retradely conducted nodal escape beats]]
 
*[[ICBA32|ICBA case 32: Antegrade AV block with retradely conducted nodal escape beats]]
*[[ICBA33|ICBA case 33: Sinusbradycardia in competetion with a idioventricuar rhythm and Idioventricular rhythm]]
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*[[ICBA33|ICBA case 33: Sinusbradycardia in competetion with a idioventricuar rhythm || Idioventricular rhythm]]
 
*[[ICBA34|ICBA case 34: Phase 3 aberrancy]]
 
*[[ICBA34|ICBA case 34: Phase 3 aberrancy]]
 
*[[ICBA35|ICBA case 35: Nodal escape rhythm with capture beats]]
 
*[[ICBA35|ICBA case 35: Nodal escape rhythm with capture beats]]
*[[ICBA36|ICBA case 36: Initiation of ventricular tachycardia and Ventricular tachycardia]]
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*[[ICBA36|ICBA case 36: Initiation of ventricular tachycardia || Ventricular tachycardia]]
 
*[[ICBA37|ICBA case 37: Non-conducted premature atrial extrasystole]]
 
*[[ICBA37|ICBA case 37: Non-conducted premature atrial extrasystole]]
 
*[[ICBA38|ICBA case 38: Complete AV block with a ventricular escape rhythm from the left anterior fasicle]]
 
*[[ICBA38|ICBA case 38: Complete AV block with a ventricular escape rhythm from the left anterior fasicle]]
*[[ICBA39|ICBA case 39: RITMO SINUSAL 80x’ CON BAVC Y RITMO ACTIVO DE LA UNION AV and High degree AV block with fascicular escape alternating with conducted beats and The same patient in sinus rhythm ]]
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*[[ICBA39|ICBA case 39: RITMO SINUSAL 80x’ CON BAVC Y RITMO ACTIVO DE LA UNION AV || High degree AV block with fascicular escape alternating with conducted beats || The same patient in sinus rhythm ]]
 
*[[ICBA40|ICBA case 40: Complete AV block]]
 
*[[ICBA40|ICBA case 40: Complete AV block]]
 
*[[ICBA41|ICBA case 41: Complete AV block with nodal rhythm]]
 
*[[ICBA41|ICBA case 41: Complete AV block with nodal rhythm]]
 
*[[ICBA42|ICBA case 42: Ventricular tachycardia]]
 
*[[ICBA42|ICBA case 42: Ventricular tachycardia]]
*[[ICBA43|ICBA case 43: AV nodal re-entry tachycardia and Conversion after adenosine and Onset of AV nodal re-entry tachycardia]]
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*[[ICBA43|ICBA case 43: AV nodal re-entry tachycardia and Conversion after adenosine || Onset of AV nodal re-entry tachycardia]]
 
*[[ICBA44|ICBA case 44: Ventricular tachycardia]]
 
*[[ICBA44|ICBA case 44: Ventricular tachycardia]]
 
*[[ICBA45|ICBA case 45: WPW with posteroseptal accessory pathway]]
 
*[[ICBA45|ICBA case 45: WPW with posteroseptal accessory pathway]]
 
*[[ICBA46|ICBA case 46: Nodal rhythm with capture beats]]
 
*[[ICBA46|ICBA case 46: Nodal rhythm with capture beats]]
*[[ICBA47|ICBA case 47: Ventricular tachycardia and Invasive confirmation of ventricular tachyardia]]
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*[[ICBA47|ICBA case 47: Ventricular tachycardia || Invasive confirmation of ventricular tachyardia]]
 
*[[ICBA48|ICBA case 48: Sinus rhythm in a patient with Parkinson’s disease]]
 
*[[ICBA48|ICBA case 48: Sinus rhythm in a patient with Parkinson’s disease]]

Revision as of 12:22, 12 September 2013

This case report is kindly provided by Dr. Alberto Giniger from the ICBA and is part of the ICBA case reports
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Dr. Alberto Giniger

These cases were kindly provided by Dr. Alberto Giniger, chief of the Electrophysiology and Arrhythmias Department of the Instituto Cardiovascular de Buenos Aires (ICBA), Argentina.