ECG Challenge: Why Is His Pulse so Slow?

Philip J. Podrid, MD


April 26, 2019

A 65-year-old man with a history of hypertension (treated with a beta-blocker) presents to his physician for a routine physical examination. His pulse is noted to be slower than usual, so an ECG is obtained.

Figure 1. Courtesy of Dr Podrid


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