Early Repolarisation and LBBB: Identifying the ischaemic ECG.


About the course

This presentation will focus on two different ECG variants in the patient presenting with ischaemic symptoms, LBBB and Early Repolarisation. It will help paramedics identify signs of coronary occlusion and potential red flags when faced with these ECGs.

Andrew has been a paramedic with Ambulance Victoria since 2005, and has worked at Air Ambulance for the past 5 years. Andrew is currently the Paramedic Educator at HEMS 4 and has a keen interest in ECGs, specifically the recognition of subtle ischaemic patterns.

This presentation formed part of ANZCP2019 Melbourne.


Presented by Andrew Bishop

Andrew has been a paramedic with Ambulance Victoria since 2005, and has worked at Air Ambulance for the past 5 years. Andrew is currently the Paramedic Educator at HEMS 4.


Course Lessons

Course Information

Length
31 minutes
Released
13th Sep 2019
Cost
Member free
Non-member $19
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