Research Article| Volume 2, ISSUE 6, P429-431, 1985

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Emergency evaluation of the EKG right bundle branch block

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        1. Characteristics/Morphology
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        2. Differential — multiple causes including incomplete RBBB (QRS < 0.12), coronary artery disease, right ventricular overload, tumors, and normal variant.
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        3. Significance — associated with atherosclerotic heart disease with prognosis dependent on underlying process.
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        4. Treatment — based on underlying cause with consideration of pacemaker placement when associated with acute anteroseptal infarction and other conduction deficits present.


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