A Not Frequent Cause of Bradycardia

What is the cause of the bradycardia?

a. non-conductd PAC's
b. sinus bradycardia with inverted T waves
c. nonconducted PJC's
d. second degree AV block type II


Image 1 - ECG case

It is better appreciated with a laddergram. This is premature junctional complexes (PJC's in bigeminy) not conducted to the ventricle but conducted to the atrium.


Image 2 - Ladder diagram

Thic ECG is from the same patient in the following entries:



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