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ECG Video-4 (Blog 98) Rhythm Mgmt-Part 1 (10-11.31-2014)

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Published on Oct 11, 2014

NOTE: 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... ). This 26-minute ECG Video (my 4th) — is Part I of a Clinical Look at Cardiac Arrhythmias from a Primary Care Perspective. Focus in this Part I is on monitoring methods — the importance of the clinical scenario — and determining whether the rhythm is likely to be benign vs a rhythm that should be referred. In Part 2 — We'll apply these principles to a rapid overview of the arrhythmias most commonly encountered in primary care. LINK to my Google Page on Arrhythmias = http://www.aafpecg.com -
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TIMED CONTENTS (Click on Links to Fast Forward! ):
0:00 – Introduction (How to Contact Me).
1:07 – Case Presentation (Atrial Flutter vs Artifact?).
3:00 – Does the Patient have an Arrhythmia?
3:45 – What IF there are NO Symptoms? (arrhythmia?)
4:59 – Holter Monitoring (other monitoring; patient diary).
7:17 – Event Monitors (I-Phone Alive-Cor; catching symptoms).
10:03 – Alive-Cor Video Clip (Should we be using this more?).
10:48 – Palpitations as the Chief Complaint (arrhythmia vs psych?).
12:54 – Clinical Clues that Palpitations is the Cause of an Arrhythmia.
14:00 – Next Case (of a Patient told, “You have an Arrhythmia” ).
14:48 – Is this Patient’s Arrhythmia likely to be Benign?
15:39 – “Do Nothing – or Daily Beta-Blocker?” (Intermittent Rx? )
17:00 – PEARL: Using Beta-Blockers for Benign Arrhythmias.
17:29 – Do We Need to Know the Rhythm Before We Begin Rx?
18:00 – Is Arrhythmia like to be Benign? (underlying heart disease?).
18:58 – Are there RED Flags? (When to Refer? Syncope with exercise?).
19:56 – Might the Patient have WPW? (If so – Need to refer?).
21:26 – Next Case (Auscultation of arrhythmias; Is the Patient aware?).
22:50 – Hearing Early Beats (Does it matter if PACs / PJCs / PVCs?).
23:43 – Initial Mgmt of Premature Beats (Similar Rx for PACs/PVCs).
25:07 – Summary of Part 1 (What we covered; What’s in Parts 2, 3).
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YouTube LINK to Video-5 (17 minutes) — https://youtu.be/8n8PEYLb1hg

YouTube LINK to Video-6 (40 minutes) — https://youtu.be/K827SARyi04

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