Author: BK in BK

Rhythm Nation: July 2017

Faithful Bloggers! Rhythm Nation is back from its brief hiatus for another installment of critical analysis of the ECGs seen at King’s County. 76M, past history of HTN, dyslipidemia, Stage III CKD, presents with headache and AMS. Concerned family members…

Rhythm Nation: January 2016 Answer

ECG: Sinus Bradycardia, Left Axis Deviation, Possible Trifascicular Block (Mobitz I, RBBB, LAFB) Great discussion of an interesting ECG. Let’s talk blocks!               The Clinical Monster on this case did just that, and our…

Rhythm Nation: January 2016

Faithful Bloggers! Rhythm Nation returns for another installment of critical analysis of the ECGs seen at King’s County. Onwards! 87 year-old male, history of HTN, dyslipidemia, DM, Stage III CKD, Prostate cancer s/p radiation presents with syncope. Two weeks ago,…

Rhythm Nation: November 2016

Faithful Bloggers! Rhythm Nation returns for another installment of critical analysis of the interesting ECGs from Kings County. Batter up! 63F h/o HTN, HL, DM, CAD, AFib (warfarin) CHF (EF 35%) presents to King’s County for “high blood pressure”. Lucky…

Brainstem Rule of Fours

Who remembers the brainstem in medical school? You vaguely remember pictures like the one to the right that made you want to adopt a pug? Well, stick with me and let’s learn a system for the brainstem. I promise I…

Syncope – Not for the Faint of Heart

Dr. Sinert graciously hosted Food & Journal this week at his outdoor courtyard in Brooklyn. Over barbecue and veggies, we spent the first half of the night discussing a new paper on syncope management and the second cheering Usain Bolt to…