Significance of Osborn Wave in the Choice of Timely Approach to the Treatment of Patients with Hypothermia at an Example of Clinical Case

K.Yu. Prylutska, O.Yu. Shmidt, T.V. Markova, M.I. Yabluchanskyi

Abstract


Hypothermia is associated with a spectrum of electrocardiographic changes, which vary depending on the degree of hypothermia. In this article, we discuss risk factors for hypothermia, clinical value of Osborn wave, mechanism of its manifestation, the criteria for identifying Osborn wave on the electrocardiogram, as well as present a clinical case when even a slight hypothermia in combination with neurological disorders induces the appearance of Osborn wave. Also, we have considered the prognostic value of Osborn waves in the occurrence of ventricular arrhythmias.


Keywords


Osborn wave; current of injury; electrocardiography; QT interval; clinical case; hypothermia; ventricular arrhythmias

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0586.3.74.2016.77593

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