Dr. Eric N. Prystowsky Unknown Tracing Series

Unknown Tracings by Dr. Prystowsky

This educational series allows you to analyze a set of cardiac tracings and answer a question posed by Dr. Prystowsky PRIOR to viewing his video explanation and answer. The ability to interpret complex cardiac tracings is a fundamental skill all electrophysiologists should master.

February 2019

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QUESTION: In this patient with recurrent syncope and no VT induced, what would you do next?

  1. Implant pacemaker
  2. Give IV procainamide
  3. Implant ILR
  4. Routine follow up

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January 2019

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QUESTION: The mechanism of tachycardia is most likely?

  1. AVRT
  2. AVNRT
  3. Atrial Tachycardia
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    QUESTION: The mechanism of tachycardia is most likely?

    1. AVRT
    2. AVNRT
    3. Atrial Tachycardia

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November 2018

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QUESTION: What best describes the finding in the figure?

  1. An AP is part of the tachycardia circuit
  2. A septal/right sided AP is present
  3. A left sided AP is present
  4. An AP is present

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October 2018

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QUESTION: The conduction block is most likely in...

  1. The AV Node
  2. The His bundle
  3. The Infra-His

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September 2018

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QUESTION: What best describes the findings in the figure?

  1. Runs of PVCs
  2. Intermittent preexcitation
  3. Preferential conduction over an AP

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August 2018

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QUESTION: Conduction of the shorter S1S2 interval is most likely due to what?

  1. Equal conduction delay
  2. Supernormal conduction
  3. Gap physiology

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