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EKG Atrial fibrillation or Atrial flutter?

what this ecg represents?
m confused...
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what this ecg represents?
m confused...
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AFIB irregular
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what this ecg represents?
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looks like atrial fibrillation......absent p wave ????
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looks like atrial fibrillation......absent p wave ????
Its tough, i will say , atrial flutter becoz of flutter waves and regular rhytm. if you see the interval of QRS complex its constant.
In Afib the rhythm is iregularly iregular.
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flutter...
regular R-R interval
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guys there is no consensus


I think rate is regular it appears regular to me ???

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yup, its atrial flutter....

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