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Puede existir y no ser obvia en ECG. The presence of hemodynamic stability should not be regarded as diagnostic of SVT [4,10]. See “Pharmacologic interventions” below and see “Uncertain diagnosis” below [3,4]. Sobre el proyecto SlidePlayer Condiciones de uso.

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A diagnosis of myocardial ischemia or infarction cannot be made with certainty in the presence of a left intraventricular conduction delay. However, these forms may just represent different spectra of the same arrhythmia. As described in the text, lead V1 during LBBB clearly shows signs pointing to a supraventricular origin of the tachycardia. The prognosis is generally good, but these patients may be highly symptomatic. Sudden narrowing of a QRS complex during VT may also be the result of a premature ventricular depolarisation arising in the ventricle in which the tachycardia originates, or it may occur when retrograde conduction during VT produces a ventricular echo beat leading to fusion with the VT QRS complex.

TV Eje izquierdo frontal V6 Marriott6 described that in RBBB shaped tachycardia, presence of a qR or R complex in lead V1 strongly argued for a ventricular origin of the tachycardia, while a three phasic RSR pattern suggested a supraventricular origin.

On the left sinus rhythm is present with a very wide QRS because of anterolateral myocardial infarction and pronounced delay in left ventricular activation.


The following findings are helpful in establishing taquicwrdia presence of AV dissociation. Negative concordancy is diagnostic for a VT arising in the apical area of the heart fig Lo primero la estabilidad del paciente TCA.

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In the setting of AMI, this rhythm could indicate either reperfusion or reperfusion injury. VIAL de 1ml, con 0,2 mg. In panel B the frontal QRS axis is further leftward a so called north-west axis. Findings consistent with hemodynamic instability requiring urgent cardioversion include hypotension, angina,altered level of consciousness, and heart failure.


As shown in fig 11, a very wide QRS is present during sinus rhythm because supravehtricular sequential activation of first the right and then the left ventricle. The simplified aVR algorithm classified wide QRS complex tachycardias with the same accuracy as standard criteria and our previous algorithm and was superior to the Brugada algorithm. SVT is more likely in younger patients positive predictive value 70 percent.

In the presence of AV dissociation, one may also observe fusion beats which may result from the fusion of a P wave conducted to the ventricles. Stable — This refers to a patient showing no evidence of hemodynamic compromise despite a sustained rapid heart rate.

Fusion beats and capture beats are more commonly seen when the tachycardia rate is slower. In ARVD there are three predilection sites in the right ventricle: More importantly, the presence of an ICD implies that the patient is known to have an increased risk of ventricular tachyarrhythmias and suggests strongly but does not prove that the patient’s WCT is VT.

Some patients with a WCT have few or no symptoms palpitations, lightheadedness, diaphoresiswhile others have severe manifestations including chest pain or angina, syncope, shock, seizures, and cardiac arrest [6]. On the right a VT arising on the right side of the interventricular septum results in more simultaneous activation of the right and left ventricle than during sinus rhythm and therefore a smaller QRS complex.


Symptoms are primarily due to the elevated heart rate, associated heart disease, and the presence of left ventricular dysfunction [4,6,7].

Many of these tachycardias are benign, and occur in the absence of structural heart disease. If the axis is inferiorly directed, lead V6 often shows an R: In the discussions that follow, patients are categorized as follows: One to one ventriculo-atrial conduction during VT. During tachycardia the QRS is more narrow. SVT not associated with structural cardiac disease or drug presence, for example, would be expected to show rapid initial forces and delayed mid-terminal forces.

Cardiac arrhythmias are common complications during pregnancy, and it appears that the taqukcardia of arrhythmias has been increasing in patients with and without structural cardiac disease. When any of criteria 1 to 3 was present, VT was diagnosed; when absent, the next carduoversion was analyzed.

The rhythm is more likely originating in ventricular tissue. Because the mean frontal plane QRS axis of the tachycardia complexes is inferiorly directed, the focus of origin is at or near the base of the ventricle, with ventricular depolarization proceeding from base to apex.

An atrial rate that is faster than the ventricular rate is seen with some SVTs, cardiovetsion as atrial flutter or an atrial tachycardia with 2: IM anteroseptal Miocardiopatia dilatada idiop.

Idiopathic outflow tract tachycardias are usually exertion or stress related arrhythmias. In the setting of AMI, the latter is more likely.