5 ECG’s up for debat!

Describe these ECG’s and give your interpretations and differentials.

ECG 1
52 year old male presents at the ED with shortness of breath on exertion, dizziness and chest pain.
ECG11

ECG 2
67 year old female, presents with palpitations.
ECG12

ECG 3
37 year old male, presents with chest pain radiating to the left arm.
ECG13

ECG 4
27 year old male presents with dyspnea, slight chest pain, palpitations and numbness around mouth and at fingers.
ECG14

ECG 5
55 year old male presents with nausea and vomiting. He is sweating and looks unwell.
ECG15

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One thought on “5 ECG’s up for debat!

  1. ECG 1: junct escape rhythm 55/min with a 3e degree AV-block.
    ECG 2: atrial flutter 2:1 conduction, approx 100bpm.
    ECG 3: SR 75/min, nl axis, nl conduction. Diffuse STE and slight PR-depr –> pericarditis
    ECG 4: atrial (non-sinus) rhythm 80/min, PQ 320msec, QRS/QTc normal, no other abnormalities. –> atrial rhythm with 1st degree AV-Block.
    ECG 5: ST 120/min with PVC’s, rightward axis, PQ 320msec, QRS/QTc normal. STE inferior leads. STE in V2 and V3-6, I, aVL. –> inferoposterior MI with 1st degree AV-block. (DDx P-waves aren’t P-waves but T-waves with a long QTc, unknown rhythm.)

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