Right Bundle Branch Block is when the normal electrical conduction activity in the heart is interrupted to the right ventricle. It can be diagnosed by the characteristic pattern it has on an ECG.
In the latest episode of their podcast, Peter and Stuart discuss:
- what Right Bundle Branch Block looks like on an ECG
- why people get it
- how frequently it occurs
- and whether it can cause problems for the patient.
You can tune in to this episode here.
Tune in next week when they chat about Left Bundle Branch Block.
Here is an ECG that shows Right Bundle Branch Block:
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