Category Name: electrocardiography

electrocardiography

ECG Pointers: Intracranial Hemorrhage

A patient presents with intracerebral hemorrhage but demonstrates an ECG with deep T wave inversions and QT prolongation. What could be going on?

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ECG Pointers: TCA Overdose

What do you need to consider when looking at an ECG in the setting of a TCA overdose? Better yet, what findings on an ECG suggest TCA ingestion? Learn more about TCAs on this edition of ECG Pointers.

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ECG Pointers: Posterior MI

Welcome to this week's ECG Pointers, an emDOCs series designed to give you high yield tips about ECGs to keep your interpretation skills sharp. This week we discuss how to identify a posterior STEMI, which can commonly be mistaken as a NSTEMI.

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ECG Pointers: AV blocks – Part II

Welcome to this week's ECG Pointers, an EMDocs series designed to give you high yield tips about ECGs to keep your interpretation skills sharp. This post is the second of a two part series looking at atrioventricular blocks.