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ECG Video-12 (Blog 113) - Rhythm Diagnosis: Part 3

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Published on Jun 20, 2015

This 47-minute video is Part 3 in my Series on the Basics of Rhythm Diagnosis. This Part 3 begins with a Review on assessing SVT — and then delves into Prematures Beats — the basics of Aberrant Conduction — and Ventricular Rhythms. Emphasis is again on the diagnostic process. I hope you enjoy this Video series on Rhythm Diagnosis!

NOTE-1: Links to my ECG Videos (including a folder with Power Point Shows of these videos) — as well as info on my other ECG Resources can be found at — http://www.videoecg.com — Your Questions and Feedback are welcome!

NOTE-2: To facilitate viewing - I have made up a Timed CONTENTS with LINKS (!) — which allows you to instantly Fast Forward on YouTube if you want to focus on a specific area (GO TO — http://ecg-interpretation.blogspot.co... ).
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TIMED CONTENTS (Click on Links to Fast Forward! ):
0:00 – Introduction.
1:21 – We Begin with a Case: Review of an SVT Rhythm
2:21 – Watch Your Ps, Qs, and 3 Rs
4:23 – Benefit of a 12-Lead During Tachycardia
6:49 – AnSVT Rhythm: Summarizing our Findings
9:07 – LIST #1: The Regular SVT (without sinus P waves)
11:09 – Use of a Vagal Maneuver
12:30 – Premature Beats: PACs, PJCs, PVCs
12:59 – PACs (Premature Atrial Contractions)
14:18 – PJCs (Premature Junctional Contractions)
15:09 – Distinction between PACs vs PJCs
16:00 – PVCs (Premature Ventricular Contractions)
16:42 – A Tracing with PACs (and Aberrant Conduction)
18:37 – Practice: PJC, PVC (Presume “guilt” = PVC)
19:46 – Beyond-the-Basics: Intro to Aberrant Conduction
22:17 – Applying Theory: Recognizing Blocked/Aberrant PACs
24:50 – Aberrant Beats look like some Conduction Defect …
25:55 – PRACTICE Tracing: Why the Pauses? / Using MCL-1
28:13 – The Most Common Cause of a Pause …
29:45 – Ventricular Definitions: Recognizing PVCs
31:49 – Definitions: Couplets, Repetitive/Multiform PVCs
33:47 – Definitions: Salvos (the definition of “VT” )
35:16 – How to Describe/Distinguish NSVT vs “Sustained” VT
37:31 – Early vs “Late” Beats: Ventricular “Escape”
39:59 – PRACTICE Tracing: How to Assess?
41:10 – Approach to a Regular WCT Rhythm Strip
43:48 – LIST #2: The Regular WCT (without sinus P waves)
44:38 – LAST Tracing: Why is this WCT Rhythm Not VT?
46:37 – Concluding Remarks … (End of Part 3).
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— YouTube LINK to Video-10 (28 minutes) — https://youtu.be/Xoju_l0OYFE

— YouTube LINK to Video-11 (48 minutes) — https://youtu.be/DKI7tQUwyNk

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