The ECG below was obtained from a 6-year old child with carbon monoxide poisoning. It shows Sinus Tachycardia at ~ 135/minute. Sometimes even the simplest tracings make for excellent teaching/learning opportunities.
- HOW MANY interesting aspects of this tracing can you pick up on? I describe 8 such findings in detail.
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|Figure-1: 12-lead ECG and lead II rhythm strip obtained from a 6-year old child with carbon monoxide poisoning. NOTE — Enlarge by clicking on Figures — Right-Click to open in a separate window (See text).|