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[[File:E0003125.jpg|thumb|600px|left|This is a series of recordings from an 80 year old man who had been treated with A/V nodal ablation and implantation of a ventricular pacemaker for persistent atrial flutter unresponsive to medication. He was totally dependent on the pacemaker.  
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[[File:E00031251.jpg|thumb|600px|left|This is a series of recordings from an 80 year old man who had been treated with A/V nodal ablation and implantation of a ventricular pacemaker for persistent atrial flutter unresponsive to medication. He was totally dependent on the pacemaker.  
  
 
The first recording was more that a year before the last two, to which they can be compared.  
 
The first recording was more that a year before the last two, to which they can be compared.  
 
These recording where made after many hours of chest pain. The patient was in cardiogenic shock on arrival in the emergency room.]]
 
These recording where made after many hours of chest pain. The patient was in cardiogenic shock on arrival in the emergency room.]]
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[[File:E00031252.jpg|thumb|600px|left|With chest pain in the emergency room (2 tracings)]]
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Latest revision as of 10:58, 17 February 2012

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This case report is kindly provided by Michael Rosengarten from McGill and is part of the McGill Cases. These cases come from the McGill EKG World Encyclopedia.


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This is a series of recordings from an 80 year old man who had been treated with A/V nodal ablation and implantation of a ventricular pacemaker for persistent atrial flutter unresponsive to medication. He was totally dependent on the pacemaker. The first recording was more that a year before the last two, to which they can be compared. These recording where made after many hours of chest pain. The patient was in cardiogenic shock on arrival in the emergency room.
With chest pain in the emergency room (2 tracings)
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