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  • [[Image:KJcasus9.jpg|thumb|left|700px| The ECG]] Try to interprete this ECG using the 7+2 step method
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  • [[File:E000188.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 54 A - Uitlezing Confirm - Multifocale VT's (Gedilateerde CMP - TPM1 gen)]] [[File:E000189.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 54 B - Uitlezing Confirm - Multifocale VT's (Gedilateerde CMP - TPM1 gen)]]
    350 bytes (51 words) - 11:52, 19 February 2011
  • '''ECG 1:'''<br/> '''ECG 2:'''<br/>
    1,012 bytes (165 words) - 13:03, 10 May 2012
  • ...late potentials can show up. Such a recording is called a Signal Averaged ECG (SAECG). ! Criteria for late potentials on a signal averaged ECG <cite>simson</cite><cite>Breithardt</cite>
    1,014 bytes (150 words) - 11:27, 23 March 2011
  • [[Image:nsr.png|thumb| A short ECG registration of normal heart rhythm (sinus rhythm)]] ...'' will be presented. This is followed by the interpretation of the normal ECG according to the 7+2 step plan:
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  • ...k the chapter on [[myocardial infarction]] if you would like to review the ECG characteristics of the possible occlusions. Click on "answer" for the resul
    992 bytes (134 words) - 22:00, 22 January 2010
  • ==Wellens ECG== [[File:wellens.png|thumb|right|A 12 lead Wellens' ECG]]
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  • ECG IN COMPLETE TRANSPOSITION OF GREAT ARTERIES
    157 bytes (20 words) - 16:13, 13 March 2010
  • This ECG shows pauses in the heart rhythm. The patient felt light headiness ...uestion is difficult. An atrial rhythm can be the result of SA block. This ECG however cannot produce the proper answer. The use of beta-blockers for inst
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  • The ECG is in sinus rhythm and the QRS is markedly widened with a QRS duration of 2 When presented as a puzzler the correct interpretation of this ECG was not received, only suggestions of ventricular bigemini where given.
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  • # [[The ECG of a Cardiomyopathy - 2]] # [[An Abnormal ECG?]]
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  • baseline ECG is normal (not shown). He was asked to Upon presentation during an attack the ECG
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  • ...Holter]] (and therefore it is written with a capital H). It is a portable ECG recorder (sometimes called a '''portable loop recorder''') which usually re ...in patients with paroxysmal arrhythmias, in whom registration on a single ECG has not succeeded. A 24 hours registration shows the frequency and type of
    821 bytes (130 words) - 07:00, 20 October 2010
  • [[Image:ECGpapier.png|thumb|300px| The width of a square on the ECG represents time]] ...n; however, the method for determining the frequency remains the same. The ECG has a grid with thick lines 5 mm apart (= 0,20 second) and thin lines 1 mm
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  • except for a relatively slow heart rate (45 beats/min). Her ECG is presented in figure 1. The interpretation of the ECG is rather straightforward. The ventricular rhythm is slow (≤40 beats/
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  • '''Question: There are five extra beats on this ECG. What is the origin?'''
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  • [[File:E000026.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 1 - Tombstone Elevaties]]
    188 bytes (26 words) - 16:15, 18 February 2011
  • [[File:E000390.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 2 - SCM]]
    170 bytes (24 words) - 13:02, 21 February 2011
  • ...exclude cardiac disease. It is necessary therefore to compare new ECG with ECG's made in the past. ...cation, but may also be hereditary. Comparison of a previous ECG with new ECG may provide the clue.
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  • [[File:E000389.jpg|thumb|600px|left|ECG 1 - Smal Complex Tachycardie]]
    189 bytes (24 words) - 13:00, 21 February 2011

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