About the “ECG of the month”
Every month we’ll post an ECG trace that we invite you to “diagnose”. Click on the ECG trace image and then you submit your explanation by making a comment on the post. Your comment won’t appear until it has been approved so don’t worry if you don’t see not immediately.
Alternatively, you can email your thoughts and analysis to email@example.com
This ECG was recorded from an 87-year old male with a dual chamber pacemaker. What exactly might be going on here? I don’t have a definitive ‘correct’ answer, but it would be interesting to know what people think. Dr Dave Richley
This ECG was recorded from a 44-year old female after she had complained to her GP about occasional light-headedness. Is there anything to be concerned about here? Dr Dave Richley, Associate Lecturer, Newcastle University
Let’s start this new feature with the challenge of a slightly tricky arrhythmia. See if you can describe fully what’s happening here. Warning: it’s very unlikely that a simple 3 or 4 word description will suffice! Tell us what you think it is in the comments section...
Take a look at this trace and submit your explanation / diagnostic via the comments section or to Duncan Sleeman at firstname.lastname@example.org [Congratulations to James Bongart - Trainee Cardiac Physiologist at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. He correctly...