50/m,c/o fainting,vomiting& sweating Bp:100/70,,Pr:77/m,,Spo2: 97% No relevant past history... Ecg for your suggestipn...

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Normal sinus rhythm,normal cardiac electric axis,st depression in v1,v2,v3,v4 Abnormal t wave. Antero septal myocardial ischeamia..complete rt & lt bbb..

RBBB FIRST DEGREE AV BLOCK. . NO OTHER FINDINGS. .. BOTH THESE CHANGES ARE NOT THE CAUSE FOR PT SYMPTOMS. .. RULE OUT BPPV POSTR CIRCULATION STROKE DKA .. Postural hypotension. .

Its posterior wall mi..wid inv of inf wall too..Dominant R waves wid T inversion whch later changes to tall T waves sugests post wall MI.. Plz get trop t..as wel as repeat ecg aftr putting d ryt leads to rule out rwmi

ECG just shows RBBB.May not be the cause of his symptoms.Holter advisable but cerebellar causes and cervical spondylitis needs to be excluded.Acute labyrinthitis is also a differential diagnosis.

V1 to v3 recorded at 5mm / mv remaining leads at 10 mm / mv RBBB RVH Long QT in v5 (eyeball method ) Check S.K, S.Mg

RBBB with increased PR interval. Increase in PR could be due to abnormal conduction in left bundle and fainting can be explained by intermittent complete AV block. Needs an echo and EP study to look for HV interval and if prolonged a pacemaker

Posterior wall MI Get cardiac markers done and take rite side ECG .

It's a case of right bundle branch block...

RBBB ( BROAD S V1 V2 v5 v5 BROAD S AVR RSR V4 ) 1° AV BLOCK WPW SYNDROME = DELTA WAVE V2 V3

RBBB with Normal Sinus Rhythm. Here ECG doesn't gives any clue for fainting. For vomiting & sweating one has to look for Blood Sugar, X-rays cervical spine, Vertibro basilar insufficiency, impending CVA in progression etc.

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