- 0May 8, '10 by lsad78I have been working on a Progressive Care Unit for over a year now (mainly a cardiac unit; +MI's, cardiac caths, PPM)...Occasionally the Telemetry monitor will alarm w/ a faster rhythm than the pt's own (about 140's or so), for a few beats w/ the "rabbit ears" we call a bundle branch block; then right back into the pt's own natural rhythm...Typically everyone says, "Oooh it's just a Bundle switch."...I was trying to find some literature on it and really couldn't find much...Any info would be gladly welcomed...Thanks to all in advance!
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- 1May 10, '10 by claytonbsnI have never heard of that term either. It sounds like an abberant conduction has occurred. Instead of following the normal conduction path, the impulse conducts abnormally through the bundsle branches. I have heard MD's discuss whether a wide complex tachycardia is really v-tach or SVT with and abberation. It all depends on the morphology of the qrs. You can read about this on the internet you entering SVT with abberation in a search engine.