Ep.11 - Lateral MI Electrical Silence

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On this episode Dave talks about how we have hit a wall when it comes to ECG interpretation and how we need to break through that wall by focusing on Morphology.

Also In This Episode

  • The Lateral Wall MI, which is notorious for producing really subtle changes but still associated with really bad things on the ECG.
  • Electrical Silence - Necrotic tissue & Collateral circulation, & electrode distance from the heart
  • The further the electrode is from the heart the smaller the image on the ECG.
  • ECG Tracing example
  • Sometimes the reciprocal change is more evident than the primary change.
  • High Lateral leads and low Lateral leads
  • Combining cardiovascular anatomy and physiology with what we see on an ECG.
  • ECG Tracing example

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