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Significant QT-interval prolongation in pulmonary embolism—evidence for mechanoelectrical feedback
  1. H Bonnemeier,
  2. W Mäuser,
  3. T Krauss,
  4. H Schunkert
  1. Bonnemei{at}medinf.mu-luebeck.de

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A 61-year-old man presented to the emergency department with progressive dyspnoea. Resting oxygen saturation was 89% and admission levels of cardiac troponin T (0.22 ng/ml) and D-dimers (5540 ng/ml) were elevated. The initial ECG exhibited sinus tachycardia, SIQIIITIII-pattern, right bundle branch block and …

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