Over the past 25 years I have interpreted a huge number of electrocardiograms for patients I have been privileged to treat. I have archived a number of these tracings and will use this platform to share some of them with young doctors.
I would like to thank my junior colleagues and medical students who have spent many hours with me in cardiology clinics, ward rounds and tutorials. Your searching questions have inspired me to compile this collection.
I would also like to acknowledge my friend and colleague – Professor Charles Gaymes -Pediatric Electrophysiologist (Mississippi- USA) for his unwavering enthusiasm in providing prompt second opinions on challenging electrocardiograms.