Regular Really wide QRS complexes > 200 ms differentials

Regular Really wide QRS complexes > 200 ms differentialsCreated OnApril 20, 2020Last Updated OnApril 20, 2020byadmin You are here: Main ECG Regular Really wide QRS complexes > 200 ms differentials < All Topics Table of Contents Regular Really wide QRS complexes > 200 ms = RRWCT Toxicological and metabolic disturbances like hyperkalaemia and Na+ channel blocker toxicities can cause RRWCT’s that mimic Ventricular Tachycardia Look at V1 and all other leads for subtle P-waves Consider empiric treatment with calcium and bicarb before antiarrhythmics which can kill these patients! In sick patients with hyperglycaemia, consider DKA! The fastest killer in DKA is hyperkalaemia…so make sure to get an ECG early.

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