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37 Jp~] See pp. 103 and 352 O This ECG was recorded from a 40-year-old man who complained of breathlessness on climbing stairs. He was not aware of a fast heart rate and had had no chest pain. Apart from a rapid rate there were no cardiovascular abnormalities, but he looked a little jaundiced and had an enlarged spleen. What would you do? ANSWER 27 The ECG shows: • • • • Atrial flutter Ventricular rate 140/min Left axis Normal QRS complexes, except that there is an S wave in lead V6 An echocardiogram is needed to assess left ventricular function, and digoxin could be given in an attempt to control the ventricular rate.
78 and 107 IP I See p. 315 1 rn 73 ro ^ A 60-year-old man, who 3 years earlier had had a myocardial infarction followed by mild angina, was admitted to hospital with central chest pain that had been present for 1 h and had not responded to sublingual nitrates. What does his ECG show, and what would you do? ANSWER 25 3z ] The ECG shows: • • • • • m TO I M Sinus rhythm Normal axis Q waves in leads II, III, VF Normal QRS complexes in the anterior leads Marked ST segment elevation in leads V1-V6 Clinical interpretation The Q waves in leads III and VF suggest an old inferior infarction, while the elevated ST segments in leads V1-V6 indicate an acute anterior infarction.
First degree block is not an indication for temporary pacing, but the patient must be monitored in case higher degrees of block develop. Summary ** First de ree block and 9 anterior non-Q-wave infarction. r^| See pp 3Q and 1Q3 I IP I See p.