Resting ECG of a male aged 41yrs without any complaint.Please give your valuable opinion.

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ventricular quadrigemini and ventricular bigeminy also there..multi focal vpcs ..more prone for vt

multi focal vpcs and ventricular bigeminy and quadrigemini is there..High risk for vt

VPCs are there...do serum electrolyte. ...wide QRS complex also there....QT prolonged....ask for any drug history.... manage electrolyte imbalance. cardio selective beta blocker like carvedilol is useful ventricular trigeminy and quadrigeminy is also there...so look for other causes and history of palpitation is also important. ...

ECG shows Frequent VPCs Ventricular Quadrigeminy and Trigeminy. Work up: -Check serum electrolytes including Potassium Magnesium -Do 2 D ECHO, -Holter Monitoring. -Lipid profile. Rx: Correction of Electrolyte imbalance,if any. Betablocker:Carvedilol CAG to be considered to rule out ischemic origin of VPCs.

The sum of pre & post ectopic interval is exactly equal to two consecutive sinus cycles & compensatory pause is complete ,,so most likely it is vpc ( ventricular quad trigeminy),,, check electrolyte,, & 2d echo

The sum of pre & post ectopic intervals is exactly equal to two consecutive sinus cycles & compensatory pause is complete ,so it's vpc( ventricular quad trigeminy) ,,check serum electrolyte & 2d echo

The sum of pre & post ectopic intervals is exactly equal to two consecutive sinus cycles & compensatory pause is complete ,so it's vpc( ventricular quad trigeminy) ,,check serum electrolyte & 2d echo

this is VPC originating from RV, not much to do in an asymptomatic pt. only concern may be R on T pattern. general medical, cardiac check up should be offered, special emphasis to family history.

multiple multivocal vpcs. Take the history,complaints of pt.electrolyte, If symptomatic ep study and consider for Iucd

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