The rhythm shows a wide-complex tachycardia at about 200 BPM. The rhythm is very regular and all of the complexes are almost identical morphologically. This is an example of ventricular tachycardia. This could easily be labeled ventricular flutter, and you would not be wrong. The reason that ventricular flutter is not completely correct is that there is still some semblance of demarcation between the QRS complexes and the ST segments and T waves (although this is debatable).
« Back to All