Copa-cardiogram week 48 (6/8/16)
This week's content:
Wide Complex Tachycardias: VT vs. SVT with aberrancy
Your first & last name
If you treat all wide complex tachycardia in the elderly as ventricular tachycardia you will be right what percentage of the time?
When comparing varying algorithms to distinguish VTACH from SVT with aberrancy, how sensitive was Brugada?
91% or 90%
77% or 75%
86% or 89%
23% or 28%
What is the first step of the Mattu two step algorithm?
What is the second step of the Mattu two step algorithm?
If you treat a patient in VTACH as if they have SVT with abberancy, what will they look like?
EKG of the week (not necessarily related to today's content)
Above is an EKG from a 57 year old male with weakness and palpitations. Interpret.
from ECG for the Emergency Physician 2003
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