67 year old male patient monitored during duodenal ulcer repair procedure. Patient has a history of COPD.
Rhythm analysis indicates normal sinus rhythm (NSR) at 98 bpm, with premature atrial complexes (PACs). Several runs of ventricular ectopy can be seen, similar to ventricular tachycardia (VTach). This was caused by the insertion of a pulmonary arterial catheter.
This encounter shows a [borderline] normal sinus rhythm with ectopic activity, caused by the insertion of a pulmonary arterial catheter. Several runs of VTach looking ventricular ectopy are seen, as well as premature atrial complexes (PACs).
Source: PhysioNet MGH018