Jeremy Berberian, MD

EM Resident ECG Challenge Faculty Editor
EMRA EKG Guide Editor-in-Chief

Associate Director of Resident Education, Department of Emergency Medicine, Christiana Care Health System

Fellowship (Medical Education): Christiana Care Health System
Residency: Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey
Medical school: Drexel University College of Medicine

A 62-year-old female presents with 1 hour of crushing substernal chest pain. What is your interpretation of this EKG?
STEMI equivalents represent coronary occlusion without meeting the traditional STE criteria. It's important important to recognize these patterns in a timely fashion.
A 54-year-old male with a history of hypertension presents to the ED with palpitations. What is your interpretation of his EKG?
A 52-year-old male presents to the ED with chest pain. What is your interpretation of his EKG?
Can you distinguish between an abnormal EKG and a cardiac device malfunction at a glance, recall common pacer codes, or identify pacemaker problems on an X-ray? As the use of cardiac devices increases
A 72-year-old female presents with exertional syncope for the past several days. What is your interpretation of her EKG?
A 44-year-old male presents to the ED with intermittent chest pain for 2 weeks, worse with exertion, and resolves with rest. He is currently symptom free. What is your interpretation of his EKG?
An 89-year-old female with atrial fibrillation presents with altered mental status. What is your interpretation of her ECG?
Hyperkalemia is generally defined as a potassium level > 5.5 mEq/L and can be further classified as mild (5.6–6.0 mEq/L), moderate (6.1–7.0 mEq/L), and severe (> 7.0 mEq/L). Etiologies frequently seen
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