Ramblings of an Emergency Physician in Texas
I walked into one of my first patients’ rooms last the other night, and saw this 3 Lead strip sitting on the counter:
It was for a different patient.
Took me a minute to recover, though…
No related posts.
…..you’re not trying to say something are you?
That EKG has all the look of pre-morbid hyperkalemia… typical “M” sign and all. Be interesting to know what the number was…
Still, this tracing is also a good example of our exceptional monitors that have an 85% false positive alarm rate. Asystole? No.
Almost “sine wave ECG”…
I am just wondering what’s the connection of the ecg graph to caffeine? Is the patient’s graph?
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