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There is no Type I morphology to be seen on this ECG. There is however a suggestion of a Brugada syndrome ECG by the RSR in V1 and V2 (could also represent Right Bundle Branch Block) with, typically for Brugada syndrome associated ECGs, ST elevation; best seen in V2. RSR with ST elevation and a positive T wave is known as a ' saddle back' ST morphology. This patient received sodium channel blocking drugs to acquire a Type I morphology and the diagnosis.
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There is no Type I morphology to be seen on this ECG. There is however a suggestion of a Brugada syndrome ECG by the RSR in V1 and V2 (could also represent Right Bundle Branch Block) with, typically for Brugada syndrome associated ECGs, ST elevation; best seen in V2. RSR with ST elevation and a positive T wave is known as a ' saddle back' ST morphology. This patient received sodium channel blocking drugs to acquire a Type I morphology and the diagnosis. Note that V5 and V6 are placed one intercostal space above V1 and V2 (V1 IC3 and V2 IC3).

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There is no Type I morphology to be seen on this ECG. There is however a suggestion of a Brugada syndrome ECG by the RSR in V1 and V2 (could also represent Right Bundle Branch Block) with, typically for Brugada syndrome associated ECGs, ST elevation; best seen in V2. RSR with ST elevation and a positive T wave is known as a ' saddle back' ST morphology. This patient received sodium channel blocking drugs to acquire a Type I morphology and the diagnosis. Note that V5 and V6 are placed one intercostal space above V1 and V2 (V1 IC3 and V2 IC3).

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