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Boring bundle branch block

Last week we proved not all bundle branch blocks are boring. Now we delve even deeper into mistaken rhythms, common misdiagnosis and those rarely talked about, including the crochetage sign

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Bundle branch block

This week Assoc Prof Mond discusses the not so boring bundle branch block while exploring some puzzling occurrences including alternating bundle branch block and bidirectional rhythm. The clue is in the rhythm strip.

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Is this ventricular exit block?

Often asked to review cardiac pacing ECGs, this one was presented as intermittent failure of ventricular capture. Revisiting atrial pacing and the tell-tale clues, we’re able to make the correct diagnosis.

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Exotic ventricular ectopy part two

In the final part of this 2-part series, we explore even more exotic ectopy, including ventricular couplets, interpolation, unipolar bigemilets, trigemilets and more.

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Exotic ventricular ectopy part one

A look at exotic ventricular ectopy this week, with 8 different examples, their footprints and the veritable kaleidoscope of findings that may result.

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Unusual ventricular ectopy

A controversial one this week: AFib with ventricular bigeminy. Or is it? Exploring trigeminy, ventricular parasystole, pseudo-ventricular parasystole and other possibilities, this one is sure to divide opinion.

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Exotic atrial ectopy part two

In the final part of this 2-part series, Assoc Prof H Mond further explores the different forms of atrial ectopy including the atrial couplet, triplet, run & non-conducted types.

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Exotic atrial ectopy part one

In part one of a two part series, Assoc Prof H Mond explores exotic atrial ectopy in all its forms, including the anatomy and characteristics of 12 different examples.

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Twisted Leads for Twisted Minds

Assoc Prof Mond shares this case to delve into unusual and classical patterns of twisted leads in 12-lead ECG, including the double twist, and shares the tell-tale footprints of all.

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Unusual AV Wenckebach

Assoc Prof Harry Mond identifies a plethora of insights that come with studying Wenckebach sequences. This week, a definitely not boring look into atrioventricular (AV) and non-AV types, and how it’s all in the timing!

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