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is it AVNRT

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It is not AVNRT . ECG is typical of fast ventricular tachycardia. Needs to be urgently controlled with either Adenosine or IV Verapamil . If not controlled may require cardioversion . Once stabilized pur on oral verapamil . Also further investigations need to be done 1.Trop - T test and other cardiac enzymes 2.2D - Echocardiography

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It is not AVNRT . ECG is typical of fast ventricular tachycardia. Needs to be urgently controlled with either Adenosine or IV Verapamil . If not controlled may require cardioversion . Once stabilized pur on oral verapamil . Also further investigations need to be done 1.Trop - T test and other cardiac enzymes 2.2D - Echocardiography

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Ventricular tachycardia Dx .Inj.Amiodarone ..slow infusion...with BP & Pulse rate monitoring. IV. Anticoagulant . Dx.Can be MI, Valvar heart disease After stabilization... Repeat ECG ..2 D Echo SOS All shall be done under cardiologist observation.

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A V dissociation Ventricular fibrillation Needs CARDIOVERSION

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SVT with Aberrant conduction. First give adenosin if reverted to normal give Verapamil.

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ECG STUDY.. VT .. MI.. MYOCARDITIS..

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ventricular tachycardia IV amiodarone is the drug of choice

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Monomorphic V.T

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P waves are visible in V3 so it's not VT

VT INJECTION AMIOdarone iv

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Wide complex tachycardia... positive concordance, fusion beats s/o VT

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