Wide complex tachycardia can be difficult to interpret especially if a patient has an underlying bundle branch block. In order to make the diagnosis easier and quicker, I have developed a cheat sheet that explains what major waveforms and factors we should look out for when trying to differentiate between ventricular tachycardia and an SVT with aberrancy. To be specific about aberrancy, any tachycardic rhythm with a left or right bundle branch block that is not ventricular tachycardia is considered “supraventricular tachycardia with aberrancy. Feel free to download the PDF format with link back. If you notice any error in the chart, please do report it to me via twitter @visualmedpage
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