Transient changes in QRS morphology during a narrow complex tachycardia: What is the mechanism?

ABSTRACT

The observation of electrograms and electrocardiograms recorded in sinus rhythm can offer important initial information about the mechanism of arrhythmia. Some patients may have both bundle branch aberrancy or a bystander pathway or multiple pathways, giving rise to varying degrees of QRS fusion. There is need to focus on any change in cycle length of the tachycardia and morphology of QRS during tachycardia.

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