Jeremy Berberian, MD

EM Resident ECG Challenge Faculty Editor
EMRA EKG Guide Editor-in-Chief

Associate Director of Resident Education, Department of Emergency Medicine, Christiana Care Health System

Fellowship (Medical Education): Christiana Care Health System
Residency: Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey
Medical school: Drexel University College of Medicine

A 72-year-old male with a history of hyperlipidemia presents to the ED after an episode of exertional chest pain which has since resolved. What is your interpretation of his EKG?
Antidysrhythmic drugs are broadly categorized into Vaughan-Williams classifications, and their effects should be carefully noted.
A 57-year-old male presents with AMS. He is minimally responsive and there is no additional history available. His initial heart rate was 25 with a blood pressure of 80/30. What is your interpretation
A 46-year-old male with a history of hypertension presents with palpitations and lightheadedness. What is your interpretation of the ECG?
A 33-year-old male presents to the emergency department because of palpitations. He reports a history of similar episodes in the past that always respond to adenosine. What is your interpretation of t
A 62-year-old male presents with 1 hour of crushing chest pain radiating to the right shoulder. What is your interpretation of the following ECG and what would you do next?
A 22-year-old male with a history of sickle cell disease is brought to the ED by police after he was found altered and naked outside on a rainy night.
An 87-year-old female presents with generalized weakness for the past several days after a recent increase in her diuretic medication by her cardiologist.
A 62-year-old female presents with 1 hour of crushing substernal chest pain. What is your interpretation of this EKG?
STEMI equivalents represent coronary occlusion without meeting the traditional STE criteria. It's important important to recognize these patterns in a timely fashion.
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