Nice post that totally supports my observation over the year that by far, the most commonly overlooked diagnosis is atrial flutter! – which becomes unlikely to happen IF your readers can assimilate your pearls of wisdom. KEY: Not to miss flutter because one hasn’t thought of this possibility. NICE JOB – : ) Ken Grauer, MD (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Very useful, I found your post clarifying, thank you very much for your contribution.
Alexis Doreski, MD. Argentina.
Great post and topic review– the most extensive summary of a-flutter diagnostic “tricks” I have yet seen in one place! I particularly appreciated your reference to the Bix Rule; I was unaware of this entity and I am very glad to have it on my radar. Keep up the good work!
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