ECG of the Month: Wide Complex Tachycardia in a Young Woman (JACC: Case Reports)
Editor's Note: This ECG of the Month was adapted from a JACC: Case Reports ECG Challenge. You can access the original article here.
A 27-year-old woman with a history of anxiety presented with several days of intermittent palpitations. She had recently recovered from an upper respiratory infection. On presentation to the emergency department, she had a heart rate of 80 beats/min and blood pressure of 155/78 mm Hg. She had no family history of sudden cardiac death and a normal echocardiogram result. On telemetry, she was noted to have short runs of non-sustained wide complex tachycardia. An electrocardiogram was obtained (Figure 1).
Figure 1: Electrocardiographic Tracing
Which of the following is the correct diagnosis?