Most rare and unusual ECG traces discovered

This great series on the most rare and unusual traces seen by a cardiologist with 49+ years in the game, has been summarized in this blog. We think it’s well worth following, but here’s a snapshot
if you’re curious.

See full series: https://www.cardioscan.co/blog/

Wenckebach without a pause!
The surprising trace that made even the most experienced cardiologist take pause.

https://www.cardioscan.co/blog/2019/1/16/wenckebach-without-a-pause

Complete heart block with normal P wave
A complete heart block with a P wave, which conducts normally to the ventricle, and how
to explain it.

https://www.cardioscan.co/blog/2018/12/17/complete-heart-block-with-normal-p-wave

Ping Pong in His-Purkinje system
The shock of Ping-Pong in the His-Purkinje system combined with severe digitalis toxicity,
and the changing treatment regimes.

https://www.cardioscan.co/blog/2018/12/17/ping-pong-in-his-purkinje-system

The Upside Down ECG
This week, we look at the upside down ECG, and the puzzling trace that resulted.

https://www.cardioscan.co/blog/2018/12/4/the-upside-down-ecg

The Athlete’s heart
In this review, the athlete’s heart and talking to a world leading specialist to interpret the
results properly.

https://www.cardioscan.co/blog/the-athletes-heart-memo-42

We follow the series on Twitter @cardioscanAU to keep up with these brilliant insights, but we’ll continue bring you summaries from time to time also in case you’re not on social media.

Chelsea Cunningham