Typical ECG findings in an unconscious patient


A 62-year-old woman known with a depressive disorder but unremarkable cardiovascular history was admitted to our emergency department in a state of unconsciousness. Her husband had found her unconscious at home and called an ambulance. She had no history of syncope or suicidality. Physical examination demonstrated a Glasgow Coma Scale of E1M5V1 without any… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12471-016-0910-y


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@inproceedings{Joustra2017TypicalEF, title={Typical ECG findings in an unconscious patient}, author={R. Joustra and Florens N Polderman and Joep L. R. M. Smeets and M. C. Dani{\"{e}ls and Mohamed Boulaksil}, booktitle={Netherlands heart journal : monthly journal of the Netherlands Society of Cardiology and the Netherlands Heart Foundation}, year={2017} }