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  1. Normal sinus rhythm
  2. Prolonged QT interval

This ECG has a prolonged QT interval. While the T waves are biphasic in the anteroseptal precordial leads, Wellen's ECG changes do not commonly cause a prolonged QT. This ECG was taken from a patient just after the below rhythm was terminated:

This image is Torsades de Pointes or poloymorphic ventricular tachycardia. A prolonged QT is the ECG finding that proceeds this life-theatening rhythm.

Related Topic Reviews: Prolonged QT, Ventricular Tachycardia