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  1. Chest pain and precordial ST depression which resolve, followed by a wide complex rhythm
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Chest pain and precordial ST depression which resolve, followed by a wide complex rhythm"
  2. Wide Complex Tachycardia: is the patient stable or unstable?
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Wide Complex Tachycardia: is the patient stable or unstable?"
  3. 15 hours of chest pain. Too late for thrombolytics, right? Unstable Angina still exists.
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: 15 hours of chest pain. Too late for thrombolytics, right? Unstable Angina still exists."
  4. A fast narrow complex rhythm.
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: A fast narrow complex rhythm."
  5. Sinus rhythm with a new wide complex QRS
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Sinus rhythm with a new wide complex QRS"
  6. An irregularly irregular wide complex tachycardia
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: An irregularly irregular wide complex tachycardia"
  7. What happens when you give adenosine to a patient with this rhythm?
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: What happens when you give adenosine to a patient with this rhythm?"
  8. Cardiac arrest (ventricular fibrillation), ROSC, and massive ST Elevation in a 19 year old.
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Cardiac arrest (ventricular fibrillation), ROSC, and massive ST Elevation in a 19 year old."
  9. Sudden weakness with bradycaria and bizarre T-waves
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Sudden weakness with bradycaria and bizarre T-waves"
  10. Beware Automated Interpretations of Atrial Fibrillation!
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Beware Automated Interpretations of Atrial Fibrillation!"
  11. Controversies and Consensus in EM. Sept 20-22 Northampton Mass. I'll be giving 4 hours of presentations on ECGs.
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Controversies and Consensus in EM. Sept 20-22 Northampton Mass. I'll be giving 4 hours of presentations on ECGs."
  12. Atrial fibrillation with RVR: use POCUS to assess volume; then sinus vs. SVT: use of Lewis leads
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Atrial fibrillation with RVR: use POCUS to assess volume; then sinus vs. SVT: use of Lewis leads"
  13. A 50-Something with Chest Pain, Anterior STE, and no Evolution on 3 Serial ECGs over 30 minutes
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: A 50-Something with Chest Pain, Anterior STE, and no Evolution on 3 Serial ECGs over 30 minutes"
  14. Right precordial ST depression in a patient with chest pain
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Right precordial ST depression in a patient with chest pain"
  15. ST Elevation in I and aVL: do prehospital cath lab activation on these cases?
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: ST Elevation in I and aVL: do prehospital cath lab activation on these cases?"
  16. Chest Pain and ST Elevation on the Monitor
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Chest Pain and ST Elevation on the Monitor"
  17. 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"
  18. 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"
  19. What is this rhythm?
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: What is this rhythm?"
  20. Wide complex tachycardia at a rate of 270
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Wide complex tachycardia at a rate of 270"
 
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