• You might already be familiar with the basics of ECG interpretation. As with all of medicine, assuming you know everything is a recipe for disaster. In the Emergency department we have to make lots of quick decisions based on limited information, we use ECG’s to identify patients who need urgent review.
  • Can you spot a posterior STEMI? What about Brugada syndrome? What does the ECG above show? (answer at the bottom of the page)
  • Why not watch this SEMEP (Southampton Emergency Medical Education Project) video and complete some of the following links

Useful links to other resources

(ECG answer – Hypercalcaemia – don’t go sending this patient to the Cath Lab for PCI)