55 year old male patient monitored during resection and grafting of abdominal aortic aneurysm. Patient has a history of smoking, coronary artery disease, and renovascular hypertension.
Rhythm analysis indicates a junctional tachycardia rhythm at 103 bpm, with a nonspecific intraventricular defect or incomplete block.
This encounter shows a fast rate of over 100bpm. The lack of P waves and a normal rhythm indicate junctional tachycardia. A nonspecific intraventricular defect or incomplete block is also seen; this is indicated by a QRS of at least 100 milliseconds, but less than 120 milliseconds (complete block).
Source: PhysioNet MGH024