Asymptomatic wide complex tachycardia: a case report
Cases Journal, January 2009
Siddharth Mukerji, Feras Aloka, Atul Khasnis
Wide complex tachycardias are a commonly encountered entity in coronary care units, intensive care units and emergency departments. Though, these arrhythmias are potentially fatal, they need to recognized first and treated appropriately. Associated physical signs are helpful in this. We present a case of a 54-year-old-female who recently underwent placement of an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator for cardiomyopathy and developed tachycardia.
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