By Leslie Cho MD, Brian P. Griffin MD FACC
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You should perform EP testing to evaluate the AV conduction system. You should reassure the patient and suggest no further testing. You should prescribe β-blockers to slow down the sinus rate. Which of the following criteria is most helpful in differentiating supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) from VT in a patient presenting with wide complex tachycardia? The patient is older than 65 years. The tachycardia rate is >160 bpm. The patient is awake with a BP of 110/65 mmHg. There is an RS pattern in V2.
The ventricular-paced complex has a right bundle branch block (RBBB) morphology. obtaining a portable anteroposterior chest X-ray (CXR) to evaluate lead position. obtaining a two-view (anteroposterior and lateral) CXR to evaluate lead position. repeating the 12-lead ECG. requesting a pacemaker interrogation. reassuring the patient without ordering further tests. Which of the following is true regarding EP testing of the conduction system? It is indicated in patients with symptomatic third-degree heart block to identify the level of block.
A Holter monitor recorded the following rhythm (Fig. 2): The pacemaker is programmed to mode DDD; lower rate, 80 bpm; upper rate, 150 bpm; AV delay, 200 milliseconds; postventricular atrial RP, 150 milliseconds. VT induced by the pacemaker. initiation of atrial tachycardia with atrial tracking. pacemaker-mediated tachycardia. pacemaker function failure with inappropriate rapid ventricular pacing. artifact. An 82-year-old man receives a dual-chamber pacemaker for SSS. Routine transtelephonic check (without and with magnet) shows the following strips (Fig.
Cardiology Intensive Board Review by Leslie Cho MD, Brian P. Griffin MD FACC