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  1. A Healthy 50-something with new dyspnea on exertion and an interesting ECG
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: A Healthy 50-something with new dyspnea on exertion and an interesting ECG"
  2. 2 Cases of Resolved Chest Pain with Dynamic Terminal T-wave Inversion
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: 2 Cases of Resolved Chest Pain with Dynamic Terminal T-wave Inversion"
  3. What is this rhythm?
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: What is this rhythm?"
  4. Wide complex tachycardia at a rate of 270
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Wide complex tachycardia at a rate of 270"
  5. An elderly woman with dyspnea, asystolic arrest, resuscitated
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: An elderly woman with dyspnea, asystolic arrest, resuscitated"
  6. An 82 year old with syncope
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: An 82 year old with syncope"
  7. Acute Respiratory Distress and Pulmonary Edema
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Acute Respiratory Distress and Pulmonary Edema"
  8. A 60-something dialysis patient with complete heart block: ultrasound before and after treatment
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: A 60-something dialysis patient with complete heart block: ultrasound before and after treatment"
  9. A 50-something woman with chest pain and dyspeoa (an Aussie)
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: A 50-something woman with chest pain and dyspeoa (an Aussie)"
  10. An interesting finding, and absence of another, in an intoxicated patient found down
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: An interesting finding, and absence of another, in an intoxicated patient found down"
  11. Patient presentation is important, and so is R-wave amplitude
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Patient presentation is important, and so is R-wave amplitude"
  12. de Winter's T-waves evolve into Wellens' waves
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: de Winter's T-waves evolve into Wellens' waves"
  13. Slightly Peaked T-waves. What is it?
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Slightly Peaked T-waves. What is it?"
  14. An adolescent with trauma, chest pain, and a wide complex rhythm
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: An adolescent with trauma, chest pain, and a wide complex rhythm"
  15. Should Emergency Physicians be interrupted by ECGs that are read as "Normal" by the computer?
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Should Emergency Physicians be interrupted by ECGs that are read as "Normal" by the computer?"
  16. A patient with shortness of breath
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: A patient with shortness of breath"
  17. Huge ST Elevation in V2 and V3. What is it?
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Huge ST Elevation in V2 and V3. What is it?"
  18. ST Elevation in I and aVL, with reciprocal ST depression in lead III
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: ST Elevation in I and aVL, with reciprocal ST depression in lead III"
  19. Chest Pain Diagnosed as Gastroesophageal Reflux
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Chest Pain Diagnosed as Gastroesophageal Reflux"
  20. You're busy at triage and another ECG is flashed before your eyes.....
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: You're busy at triage and another ECG is flashed before your eyes....."
 
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