AV Dissociation

Results:
Weekly Workout September 25, 2022
Bradydysrhythmia: when is it actually considered a complete heart block?

A 52-year-old man presents to the emergency department with chest pain associated with nausea and diaphoresis. The following ECG is obtained on arrival:

Weekly Workout September 4, 2022
Bradyarrhythmias: the nuances of complete heart blocks

A 50-year-old man presents to the emergency department with generalized weakness and lightheadedness. He is noted to be bradycardic, and the following ECG is obtained:

Weekly Workout August 31, 2020
AV Block Bootcamp (Episode 2/3): what is the atrium doing, what is the ventricle doing, and what is their relationship?

A 72-year-old female presents to the ED with dyspnea. The following ECG is obtained:

Weekly Workout August 24, 2020
AV Block Bootcamp (Episode 1/3): differential diagnoses for non-conducted P waves, what you need to know to clinch the diagnosis!

A 78-year-old female presents to the ED with lightheadedness and bradycardia. The following ECG is obtained:

Weekly Workout April 22, 2019
Rhythm Interpretation: is the PR interval constant, lengthening, or randomly changing?

 A 78-year-old woman presents to the emergency department after an episode of syncope. The following ECG is obtained:

Weekly Workout February 25, 2019
Rhythm Interpretation: AV dissociation does not always mean there is a complete heart block

A 64-year-old woman presents to the emergency department with sore throat. The following ECG was obtained at triage:

Weekly Workout February 18, 2019
Rhythm Interpretation: is it possible for a 12-year-old to have complete heart block?

 A 12-year-old boy is brought into an emergency department in Oman for chest pain and joint pain. The following ECG is obtained:

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