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A high yield, on-shift resource to help Emergency Department providers spot subtle, high-risk ECG findings including Brugada, WPW, HCM, and ARVD. Use this card as a checklist to methodically ensure you are not missing any electrocardiographic evidence of red-flag conditions. Nclex, Critical Care Nursing, Nursing Mnemonics, Medical Knowledge, Medical Education, Cardiac Nursing, Medical School Studying, Icu Nursing, Nursing Education

A high yield, on-shift resource to help Emergency Department providers spot subtle, high-risk ECG findings including Brugada, WPW, HCM, and ARVD. Use this card as a checklist to methodically ensure you are not missing any electrocardiographic evidence of red-flag conditions.

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A 43-year-old female presents with altered mental status. Her husband states she has had weight gain, constipation, fatigue, and skin changes. Vital signs include BP 92/60, HR 48, T 93.2 rectal, RR 13, SpO2 96% on room air. She is alert and oriented x 1, and her neck reveals a well-healed midline anterior neck scar. Her abdomen is soft but distended, and her extremities are cool. What’s the likely diagnosis?

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