Quiz-Narrow complex tachycardia

Here is a short quiz on narrow QRS complex tachycardia.Questions range from easy to difficult as you progress through. QUIZ Second most common narrow complex tachycardia (NCT)? 95% of AVRT is of which type —– Three or more different P wave morphologies, with associated irregular PR and R–R intervals are diagnostic of  ? For differentiatingContinue reading “Quiz-Narrow complex tachycardia”

A young male with shortness of breath

A 25 year old male presented with dyspnea NYHA class 2 on and off for past 6 months Physical examination was unremarkable except for an ejection systolic murmur in pulmonary area and a spit s2. His ECG is given below .What is the probable diagnosis? Have you got the right answer ? see comment sectionContinue reading “A young male with shortness of breath”

concertina effect

A concertina is a free-reed musical instrument, It consists of expanding and contracting bellows, with buttons (or keys) usually on both ends, unlike accordion buttons, which are on the front. Concertina effect is seen in medicine in which of following conditions? Choose the correct responses? Coronary angioplasty due to guidewire WPW syndrome Intestinal obstruction coronary angioplasty due toContinue reading “concertina effect”

Pin pointing the pathway !

I’m sure that for many budding cardiologists including me, diagnosing accessory pathway based on surface ECG has been herculean task. Neverthless i have seen people doing it with ease, may be fruits of their hard work Recently i found an article mentioning pathway localisation after atrial pacing during EP study.Amazingly it works well on surfaceContinue reading “Pin pointing the pathway !”