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Changing channels: Patient follow-up

Find out what the 12-lead ECG uncovered about the patient

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Let's look at the 12-lead ECG again.

One of the distinguishing features of Brugada syndrome is the terminal R-wave in leads V1 and V2 that gives Brugada syndrome the general appearance of right bundle branch block.

To get a better idea of what the AHA means by "coved" ST-elevation, let's take a look at another case from a 37-year-old male with syncope.

Credit: Too Old to Work, Too Young to Retire @ tooldtowork.com.


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