This ECG identifies 2 rhythms, what are they?
a) AF with VVI pacing
b) Sinus arrest with VVI pacing
c) AF with complete heart block
d) Sinus bradycardia with incomplete Lt BBB
What rhythm is this?
a) sinus bradycardia
b) junctional rhythm
c) AF with slow ventricular response
d) Complete heart block
What type of arrhythmia is seen in this ECG?
b) Atrial tachycardia
c) Junctional tachycardia
d) Atrial flutter
What is the abnormality seen in this ECG?
a) Pre-excited AF
c) Sinus tachycardia with Lt BBB
d) Sinus tachycardia in anteroseptal MI
e) AF with Lt BBB
What is the underlying rhythm in this ECG & what is the most
a) sinus tachycardia- IV propranolol
b) Narrow complex SVT- IV Verapamil
c) Atrial tachycardia- IV adenosine
d) Atrial flutter- DC shock
e) Rapid AF- IV Digoxin
f) Atrial flutter- IV class Ic
What is rhythm seen in this ECG?
b) Pre-excited AF
c) Ventricular flutter
d) AF with BBB
e) Torsades de pointes
This patient had cardiac arrest & was resuscitated; this was his ECG just
before arrest, what is the diagnosis?
a) VT degenerating into VF
b) Torsades de pointes
c) Pre-axcited AF degenerating into VF
d) Polymorphic VT degenerating into VF
This patient has an implanted device & this is a printout of the
intracardiac electrograms obtained from this device, what type of the
device & mode of pacing
a) DDD pacemaker, VDD pacing mode
b) CRT with AF & VVI (Biv) pacing mode
c) Dual chamber ICD with AF & VVI pacing mode
d) CRT with DDD (Biv) pacing mode
e) DDD pacemaker with AF & VVI pacing mode
ECG1: c ECG2: c ECG3: d
ECG4: e ECG5: d ECG6: b
ECG7: c ECG8: b