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Atrial Tachycardia Heart Rate Trend

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A graph showing the heart rate trend over time. Note that the rate during tachycardia is relatively fixed and that the changes in heart rate between the tachycardia and the baseline sinus rhythm are abrupt.

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Atrial Tachycardia Telemetry Strip

by: Bader Aldeen Alhafez, MD

Telemetry strip showing the sudden transition from sinus tachycardia to atrial tachycardia. Note the changes in P wave morphology and the regular RR intervals.

Normal Sinus Rhythm Baseline

by: Bader Aldeen Alhafez, MD

Baseline ECG showing normal sinus rhythm for this patient with atrial tachycardia. Additional findings are a possible old anterior infarct and baseline artifact in the limb leads.

Atrial Tachycardia ECG

by: Bader Aldeen Alhafez, MD

Atrial tachycardia on a 12 lead ECG. It can be difficult to distinguish from sinus tachycardia without a baseline ECG to compare the P wave morphology. Note here the negative P waves in the inferior leads II, III and aVF.