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Cardiac Arrhythmias – Part II:Broad Complex Tachycardia . . .


Abstract The acute management of the patient presenting with a broad complex tachycardia is a daunting clinical challenge. A broad complex tachycardia may be ventricular or supraventricular in origin and the ability to interpret correctly the 12-lead electrocardiogram is of critical importance in this differentiation. Broad complex tachycardia should be…

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