Here are the findings in a 70-year-old man:
Read more: A Signature Arrhythmia
Here's a nice cheatsheet that I use in my classes to compare the oxygen saturations of the left-to-right Shunts:
Read more: Left-to-Right Shunt Cheatsheet
I'm a total wanna-be Canadian... I have Hockey in my blood! Go Canada!
This is a 43 year old male with a history of rheumatic valvular heart disease. Based on this video, which of the following is the most likely cause of this physical exam finding?
A) Aortic insufficiency
B) Aortic stenosis
C) Mitral insufficiency
D) Mitral stenosis
E) Mitral valve prolapse
Can you name this sign?
Read more: Cardiovascular Video Quiz #1
This is a 33 year-old female with a history of infectious endocarditis with methacillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus involving the tricuspid valve. Video 1 shows the physical exam findings. Video 2 shows the transthoracic echocardiogram of the tricuspid valve. Based on these findings the patient most likely has which of the following findings on cardiac ausculation?
A) Blowing diastolic decrescendo murmur with Austin-Flint murmur
B) Blowing holosystolic murmur radiating to the apex
C) Blowing holosystolic murmur radiating to the axilla
D) Crescendo-decrescendo systolic murmur that increases with maneuvers that decrease venous return
E) Crescendo-decrescendo systolic murmur that increases with maneuvers that increase venous return
F) Holosystolic murmur that increases on expiration
G) Holosystolic murmur that increases on inspiration
Read more: Cardiovascular Video Quiz #2
A 55-year-old woman who is status-post mantle field radiation of the mediastinum for Hodgkin's Lymphoma develops the gradual onset of dyspnea on exertion. A video of her jugular venous pulse is shown. A pulsus paradoxus is not present and cardiac markers such as troponin and creatine kinase are not elevated. Pulmonary function tests reveal a restrictive pattern. Which of the following is the most likely explanation for the clinical findings?
Read more: Cardiovascular Video Quiz #3
Here's a fun way to use Jason Mraz to remember your valve disorders!
Read more: Rockstar Cardiology
How can Microsoft help me remember the murmur of Mitral Stenosis?:
Read more: BaroneMnemonic: Mitral Stenosis
Here's a cool way to remember the diseases associated with Mitral valve prolapse:
Read more: BaroneMnemonic: MVP
Here are some important facts about Cardiac Tamponade!:
Read more: Cardiac Tamponade
Read more: Barone Mnemonic: Temporal arteritis
Make the diagnosis and give some of the etiologies for this EKG finding:
Read more: BaroneMnemonic: EKG Quiz
You are called to see a 47-year-old male patient in the cardiac intensive care unit. Which of the following is the most likely explanation for these EKG findings?
Read more: EKG Quiz #2
Rammy and his crew give their take on Barone's EKG Dance!
Here's a correlation between the coronary artery distribution and the EKG Leads! Simply Brilliant!
RCA => Inferior Leads II, III, AvF
LAD artery => Anterior Leads V1,V2,V3,V4
Left Circumflex artery => Lateral Leads V5, V6, I, AvL
Now Just add the EKG dance and your ready to Rock and Roll!!!!
Thanks to Dr. Daniel Rice!
Here's an example of an ICD in action. A Belgian soccer player with a heart condition was allowed to return to play after having a cardioverter-defibrillator implanted.
Watch as the soccer player walks towards the sidelines and collapses. This was most likely due to an arrhythmia producing decreased perfusion to the brain and syncope. A few seconds later, you can notice his legs contract due to the shock delivered by the ICD. With the heart beating again, he regains consciousness and sits up! Amazing!!!
This is one of the Miracles of Modern Medicine..... which you are now a part of!!!!!.
Barone's EKG dance performed by Lucy the poodle shih tzu!
Thanks to Hillary G.!!!!
Thanks to my students at my Houston Retreat 2012.
University of Alberta 2010 med school class
A really talented version of Justin Timberlake’s “SexyBack” song used to illustrate heartblock.
Nothing like having fun while learning about a disease.
Greased Lightning! John Travolta demonstrates the precordial leads of the EKG dance.
Notice that Travolta is dressed remarkably similar to Dr. Barone!!!
Paramount Pictures 1978
Using Disco and "Staying Alive" to save lives!!! It looks like it's time to do the EKG Dance!
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