A 57 year old woman has pain and burning on urination. She then develops a bloody urine. She ignores her symptoms and soon develops flank pain and fever.

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A 57 year old woman has pain and burning on urination. She then develops a bloody urine. She ignores her symptoms and soon develops flank pain and fever. Her blood pressure is 110/70 and her heart rate 110 and regular. An ECG is done and shows upright P waves, a PR interval of .12 seconds, a QRS complex of .08 seconds with a normal configuration. The rhythm is regular. What is the most appropriate description of the ECG findings?

a) normal sinus rhythm
b) sinus tachycardia
c) complete heart block
d) atrial fibrillation
e) sinus arrhythmia


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