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Revision as of 22:17, 10 June 2012

Author(s) J.S.S.G. de Jong
Moderator J.S.S.G. de jong
Supervisor
some notes about authorship


An overview of ventricular tachycardias, follow the Approach to the Wide Complex Tachycardia
example regularity atrial frequency ventricular frequency origin (SVT/VT) p-wave effect of adenosine
Wide complex (QRS>0.12)
Ventricular Tachycardia Vt small.svg regular (mostly) 60-100 bpm 110-250 bpm ventricle (VT) AV-dissociation no rate reduction (sometimes accelerates)
Ventricular Fibrillation Vf small.svg irregular 60-100 bpm 400-600 bpm ventricle (VT) AV-dissociation none
Ventricular Flutter Vflutt small.svg regular 60-100 bpm 150-300 bpm ventricle (VT) AV-dissociation none
Accelerated Idioventricular Rhythm Aivr small.svg regular (mostly) 60-100 bpm 50-110 bpm ventricle (VT) AV-dissociation no rate reduction (sometimes accelerates)
Torsade de Pointes Tdp small.svg regular 150-300 bpm ventricle (VT) AV-dissociation no rate reduction (sometimes accelerates)
Bundle-branch re-entrant tachycardia* Bb reentry small.svg regular 60-100 bpm 150-300 bpm ventricles (VT) AV-dissociation no rate reduction
* Bundle-branch re-entrant tachycardia is extremely rare

Ectopic Beats

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