Apparent Triphasic T-Wave

Steven Mickelsen, Emir Festic

Abstract


An apparent “triphasic” t-wave wasseen in a 59-year-old man upon admissionto the intensive care unit. Th e physicianwas called to identify the changein rhythm (Panel A). Th e exam wasunremarkable and the patient remainedhemodynamically stable.

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