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Patient, 65, admitted after several days emesis. Shortly after develops acute arrhythmia; resolved after 3 rounds CPR and1 shock. VF determined by absence of identifiable P waves, QRS complexes, or T waves, irregular deflections of varying amplitude
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Patient, 65, admitted after several days emesis. Shortly after develops acute arrhythmia; resolved after 3 rounds CPR and1 shock. VF determined by absence of identifiable P waves, QRS complexes, or T waves, irregular deflections of varying amplitude

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