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Can you tell what is the diagnosis in this EKG Lead II strip? This is has been seen in Step 1 according to our teacher!

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It look like an atrial flutter to me...
but I might be mistaken!

What do you think??
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It look like an atrial flutter to me...
but I might be mistaken!

What do you think??
I think you are absolutely right
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Default ecg notes??

hi,can anybody tell me a short and quick review method to overcome the ecg part i will be very thankful or pdf which helps me
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Can you tell what is the diagnosis in this EKG Lead II strip? This is has been seen in Step 1 according to our teacher!

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I don't think they'll bring such a question in Step 1
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Atrial flutter - sawtooth waves... FA 2010 page 259
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hi,can anybody tell me a short and quick review method to overcome the ecg part i will be very thankful or pdf which helps me
Dubin's Rapid interpretation of EKGs is a pretty fast read and it'll cover you for a long time beyond step 1 - otherwise, just memorize the few rhythms on FA 2010 pages 259 and 260 and if you really want you can read this page...

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bookshel...ardio&part=A39
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yup atrial flutter b/c of saw-tooth p-waves and variable rhythm! nice one!
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Can you tell what is the diagnosis in this EKG Lead II strip? This is has been seen in Step 1 according to our teacher!

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yea among the lots!!!
this is ATRIAL FLUTTER.
i'm abt 95 percent sure!
saw-toothed wave form is a big clue.
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yea among the lots!!!
this is ATRIAL FLUTTER.
i'm abt 95 percent sure!
saw-toothed wave form is a big clue.
Atiral Flutter...
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Atiral Flutter...
its atrial flutter with 2:1 block
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its atrial flutter with 2:1 block
2:1????
cant be...a flutter 2:1 has a HR of 150...this is at least 4:1...
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atrial flutter maybe?
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It's atrial flutter. No P waves
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