Médiathèque du cas clinique -Rythmologie-

AN INTERESTING CASE OF TACHYARRHYTHMIA

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A 50-years-old male patient was admitted to emergency service to syncope causing a traumatic fall on face. He had no medical (personal or familial) history of note. We determined blood pressure 126/78 mmHg, pulse rate 180-200beats/minute, temperature 37°C and SPO 2 98% by pulse-oximeter, the patient was stable hemodynamically. Laboratory tests (complete blood count, biochemistry and troponin I) were normal.










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