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  1. Ronnie

    Ronnie Well-Known Member

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    What did the patient with this ECG most likely have?


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    I'll post the right answer on Wednesday...
     

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    J.P.C. Peper Bronze Member

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    We can read the answer in the picture's title ;-)
     


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    hehe yeah am sorry 4 the mistake, but ive just corrected it.. you're on of the lucky ones haha Peper :D... Anyway the former pic description would not have been satisfying as an correct answer :p... thx for the hint :)
     


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    J.P.C Peper and I know it already :p
     


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    yeah, you lucky heads :p haha
     


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    Answer for this ECG: Sinusrythm, HR about 60/min. Normal axis. ST- Elevations in II, III, and AVF. ST depression in V2, V3. There is also an AV Block II Type: Wenckebach. Normal QRS. Normal R-Progression. No extrasystoles.

    Diagnosis: acute inferior MI. RCA stenosis shown in the Coro.
     


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