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  1. John Jossef

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    Atrioventricular node reentrant tachycardia ?
     

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    Supraventricular taquicardia...
     

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    TPSV
     

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    tacchycardie jonctionelle
     

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    Without a magnifying glass, I believe I might be seeing a "P" wave on the "T" wave in V1. With that being said, one could guess a AVNRT but one can always be safe and say a "regular SVT" with a ventricular rate around 188 BPM.
     

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    Sinus Tachycadia
     

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    Supraventricular tachycardia, but there is also a slight ST depression in V3 probably caused by ischemia of septum or front heart wall.
     

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    Junctional tachycarida with ischemia of left side of the heart.... ;)
     

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    supraventricular tachycardia with inferolateral infarct
     

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    Sinus Tachycadia
     

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    this is junctional tachycardia , in some leads slight slurring upstroke of r wave is visible suggestive of AVNRT
     

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    A : Supraventricular tachycardia
     

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