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Sudden Cardiac Arrest and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

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  1. Introduction to sudden cardiac arrest and resuscitation
    4 Chapters
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    1 Quiz
  2. Resuscitation physiology and mechanisms
    2 Chapters
  3. Causes of sudden cardiac arrest and death
    2 Chapters
  4. ECG atlas of ventricular tachyarrhythmias in cardiac arrest
    8 Chapters
  5. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
    10 Chapters
  6. Special Circumstances
    11 Chapters
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ECG 1. There is atrial fibrillation. Three QRS-T complexes are seen, with the latter two having similar QRS morphology. These beats may originate from the ventricles or atria.
ECG 2. The initial part shows QRS complexes with similar morphology as ECG 1, likely presenting a supraventricular rhythm. Three short bursts of ventricular tachycardia occur.
ECG 3. Repeated bursts of VT.
ECG 4. There are now visible ST segment elevations and Q waves not seen on the initial recording (ECG 1).

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