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2018 15/Jan

The differences between RBBB and LBBB in ECG are more simple than you imagine!. Just follow two simple steps: QRS duration greater than or equal to 120 ms in adults (>0.12 sec or >3 small boxes), greater than 100 ms in children 4 to 16 years of age, and greater than 90 ms in children […]

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2018 15/Jan

Classical findings of Pericarditis in ECG are: Diffuse ST-segment elevation and PR-segment depression ST-segment depression in aVR or V1 Low voltage, classically defined as total amplitude of the QRS complex less than 0.5 mv in the limb leads and less than 1 mv in the precordial leads Absence of reciprocal ST-segment changes For more ECG […]

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