V-fib. Shock, CPR and all the goodies. Not vtach. But does it even matter
Ummmm the second 12 lead is clearly V-Fib, anyone who disagrees needs to repeat P-school. As far as treatment modalities it certainly matter's if it was V-tac vs. V-fib, you could have a stable V-tac with pulses thus requiring no defib
The second one is definitly vfib. If the pt. had a pulse with vfib then she had a LVAD.
I thought lvad doesn't have a palpable pulse??
Ok to clear things up the first ECG is post arrest but the patient woke up aftter first defib and the second ECG is when she arrested again. This was just a interesting case i was sharing considering the patient kept waking up i have 2 more ECGs from this case to post, so patient was defib again and woke up heres what the 3rd ECG looks like pt was also given TNK at this point