Quiz LibraryNEET PG 2023 | ECG - Previous Year Questions | General Medicine | Dr. Rajesh Gubba
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Concepts covered:NEET PG 2023, ECG, Dr. Rajesh Gubba, previous year questions, hyperkalemia
Dr. Rajesh Gubba covers previous year ECG questions for NEET PG 2023, discussing various ECG patterns, diagnoses, and key features, including hyperkalemia, digoxin toxicity, acute MI, raised intracranial pressure, and more, providing detailed explanations and insights.
Table of Contents1.Identification of ECG Patterns in Rhythm Strips2.ECG Interpretation and Diagnosis Scenarios3.Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia and Long QT Interval4.Cardiac Conditions: Arterial Occlusion and AV Blocks5.ECG Interpretation: SV1 and R V6 Calculation
Identification of ECG Patterns in Rhythm Strips
Concepts covered:ECG patterns, atrial fibrillation, SVT with aberrancy, ventricular tachycardia, complete heart block
The chapter discusses the identification of various ECG patterns in rhythm strips, including atrial fibrillation, SVT with aberrancy, polymorphic ventricular tachycardia, ventricular fibrillation, and complete heart block. It covers key features such as varying RR intervals, absence of P waves, wide QRS complexes, slurring of QRS complexes, and specific ECG patterns associated with different cardiac conditions.
Question 1
How to identify a misplaced pacemaker lead on ECG?
Question 2
Key ECG characteristic of ventricular fibrillation?
Question 3
What ECG pattern indicates a complete heart block?
ECG Interpretation and Diagnosis Scenarios
Concepts covered:ECG interpretation, pacemaker failure, pulmonary embolism, COPD, posterior wall MI
This chapter delves into ECG interpretation scenarios involving pacemaker failure, pulmonary embolism, COPD, and posterior wall MI, emphasizing key ECG features for accurate diagnosis. It also covers ECG manifestations of raised intracranial pressure, particularly in cases of subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Question 4
What ECG pattern suggests pulmonary embolism?
Question 5
What ECG feature suggests raised intracranial pressure?
Question 6
What indicates a pacemaker's failure to capture?
Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia and Long QT Interval
Concepts covered:Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia, Long QT Interval, Sudden Cardiac Death, Risk Factors, Sotalol
A case study of a 51-year-old female with a history of rheumatoid arthritis and paroxysmal atrial fibrillation who experienced sudden cardiac death due to polymorphic ventricular tachycardia. The patient's prolonged QT interval led to the development of this condition, exacerbated by the use of certain drugs like sotalol.
Question 7
What indicates Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia in ECG?
Question 8
Why must QT interval be checked before prescribing Sotalol?
Question 9
What can prolonged QT interval lead to?
Cardiac Conditions: Arterial Occlusion and AV Blocks
Concepts covered:Arterial Occlusion, Left Anterior Descending Artery, Winter Pattern, AV Blocks, Mobitz Type 2
The chapter discusses a case of a 31-year-old female postpartum patient presenting with chest pain and hypotension, diagnosed with left anterior descending artery occlusion. It also covers an ECG case of a 19-year-old asymptomatic patient with intermittent QRS complex drops, indicative of Mobitz type 2 AV block.
Question 10
What do reciprocal changes in ECG leads indicate?
Question 11
What ECG finding suggests Mobitz Type 2 AV Block?
Question 12
What does upsloping ST segment depression suggest?
ECG Interpretation: SV1 and R V6 Calculation
Concepts covered:ECG interpretation, SoCal criteria, SV1, R V6, ECG paper speed
The chapter discusses ECG interpretation focusing on calculating the SoCal criteria value in a patient with chest pain. It explains the method of adding SV1 and R V6 values to determine the correct answer, emphasizing the importance of ECG paper speed and standardization.
Question 13
What indicates a Mobitz Type II block on an ECG?
Question 14
Why is an ECG considered factitious with 50 mm/s speed?
Question 15
What is the correct standardization for ECG amplitude?

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