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Sinus bradycardia with bigeminal PJCs and a lazy cardiologist?
It appears that not every P wave is followed by a QRS complex, and not every QRS is preceded by a P wave. All QRS complexes are narrow, which would to me indicate that they are above the AV node in origin, right? I am not certain what the overall rhythm ought to be called, but this could be intermittent sinus exit block, Type-2 second degree heart block, with junctional escape beats of narrow complex. I am interested to see what other folks say.
Sinus bradycardia with frequent PAC’s (every other beat with compensatory pause).
Posted on @twitter yesterday:
Sinus brady ~35 c junc esc, nl axis, incomp RBBB, borderline low-voltage, no ischemia. artifact
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