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ECG Video-1 (Blog 95-REVISED) - Is there AV Block? (1-27.1-2015)

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Published on Jan 27, 2015

I have just revised this Video, which was the very first video I ever made (recorded in 8/16/2014). This NEW version is greatly improved (demonstration to how much I've learned these past 5 months). It is a 13-minute Case Study discussion that highlights a number of subtle-but-important features essential for interpreting arrhythmias. What is the rhythm? Is there AV Block? If so — What type? NOTE: I have made a Timed CONTENTS with LINKS (!) — to allow instant Fast Forward on YouTube to specific parts in this video (GO TO - http://ecg-interpretation.blogspot.co...). For a comprehensive (58-minute) Review of the AV Blocks — Check out my Video-8 (http://www.avblockecg.com).
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TIMED CONTENTS (Click on Links to Fast Forward! ):
0:00 – Introduction (How to contact me).
1:03 – Case Presentation (Is there AV Block).
1:44 – What's Missing? (Which leads? ).
2:20 – Ideally Use More than 1 Lead ...
2:50 – Best 3 Leads for Rhythm Monitoring (leads II,V1,V5).
4:12 – Is there Atrial Activity?
5:20 – How to Use Simultaneous Leads.
5:57 – Is there a Difference? (hidden P waves? ).
6:25 – We are Looking for Subtle-but-Real Differences ...
6:46 – Number the Beats! (comparing beat-to-beat).
8:15 – These are the P Waves (Using Calipers ... ).
9:08 – AV Block: The Atrial Rate should be Regular.
9:53 – Interpretation: Using the Ps, Qs, 3R Approach.
10:56 – The PR Interval is Prolonging (very subtle ... ).
11:40 – In Conclusion: Summary of Findings.

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