By David Adlam, John R. Hampton DM MA DPhil FRCP FFPM FESC, Jo Hampton
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Following operation, the right bundle branch block persisted. Clinical interpretation Right bundle branch block. What to do Right bundle branch block is seen in a small proportion of people with perfectly normal hearts. In the presence of a heart murmur, however, the possibility of an atrial septal defect should be considered. This is what this patient had. The physical signs were a widely-split pulmonary second sound which did not vary with inspiration (this is typical of right bundle branch block) and an ejection systolic murmur best heard at the left sternal edge.
The serum digoxin level must be checked and the digoxin dose increased if appropriate. In addition to digoxin, Summary ** Atrial fibrillation with an uncontrolled ventricular rate, and digoxin effect. fif] See pp. 78 and 107 IP I See p. 315 1 rn 73 ro ^ A 60-year-old man, who 3 years earlier had had a myocardial infarction followed by mild angina, was admitted to hospital with central chest pain that had been present for 1 h and had not responded to sublingual nitrates. What does his ECG show, and what would you do?
R^| See pp 3Q and 1Q3 I IP I See p.