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Premature Ventricular Beats Torsades De Pointes

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This video presents the premature beats or extrasystoles generated due to pathologies in the ventricular tissue. We will also review the ECG changes and explain the pathogenesis of the: Tall and wide QRS complexes. Inverted T waves Torsades De Pointes Long QT Syndrome

In this video we will learn about :

1. Premature ventricular beats.

2. Pathogenesis of

 i. Tall and wide QRS complexes.

ii. Inverted T waves.

iii. Long QT syndrome.

iv. Torsades de pointes.

3. ECG changes. 

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