Cardiology_Arrhythmia

LV Dysfunction Persists Post-Ablation for Lone AF (VIDEO)Study questions whether reduction in AF burden after catheter ablation leads to sustained beneficial cardiac remodeling.
Three Short Anticoagulation Challenges
Amiodarone: Top 3 Things to Know for Rate or Rhythm Control of AFAmiodarone effectively treats a wide range of tachycardias but should always be prescribed with caution. Here are 3 key points to remember.
Brush up on Your Oral Anticoagulation: A Brief Q & AThree questions on 3 topics that are central to optimal use of OAC for patients with atrial fibrillation.
ECG of the Month: Not all WCTs are VTExamine the single lead EMS rhythm strip carefully. What is in your DD of regular wide complex tachy?
The BRIDGE Trial and NOACS: A QuizIn perioperative anticoagulation, many old rules have changed. What do you know about the new ones?
Hypomagnesemia in an 89-year-old WomanThe most common cause of hypomagnesemia is a diuretic; it may be present even when potassium level is normal.
Chest Pain, Palpitations, Seizure in an Elderly WomanPatient has a history of hypertension; symptoms present x1 day; what's your read of the ECG?
Incessant Automatic Focal Atrial TachycardiaOver-drive suppression of sinus node function by the AT focus occurs in patients with underlying sick sinus syndrome.
Elderly Woman Presenting with Hypotension and Tachycardia
Elderly Woman Presenting with Hypotension and TachycardiaAn elderly woman with no known cardiovascular issues is seen for acute onset palpitations, dyspnea, and chest pain.