60 year old female patient with coronary disease monitored during axillo-popliteal bypass graft. Patient also has a history of smoking.
Rhythm analysis indicates accelerated junctional rhythm with a rate over 60 bpm, which converts briefly into junctional tachycardia.
This encounter shows an accelerated junctional rhythm, with no P waves present. The accelerated junctional rhythm converts briefly into junctional tachycardia. Junctional tachycardia has a rate over 100 bpm, and can be associated with conditions such as digitalis toxicity, acute coronary syndrome, or heart failure.
Source: PhysioNet MGH020