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Pt: A 6 year old child named Kill Bill presents with tachycardia at 230 beats per minute, no fever. The ECG shows a narrow complex tachycardia seen (no signs of atrial flutter). One dose of ADENOSINE makes the sinus rhythm normal with pre-excitation noted. There is NO cardiomegaly seen on radiograph. What is this? Could it be sinus tachycardia?

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Pt: A 6 year old child named Kill Bill presents with tachycardia at 230 beats per minute, no fever. The ECG shows a narrow complex tachycardia seen (no signs of atrial flutter). One dose of ADENOSINE makes the sinus rhythm normal with pre-excitation noted. There is NO cardiomegaly seen on radiograph. What is this? Could it be sinus tachycardia?

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