A 21 year old woman is brought in 25 minutes after experiencing dizziness and a fluttering feeling in her chest.
ECG monitoring by the first responders revealed a polymorphic ventricular tachycardia, which subsided spontaneously. The entire episode lasted around 10 minutes.
She experienced 2 similar episodes over the last 3 days, although none were are as severe. All of them lasted for a couple of minutes at most.
She is 2 weeks postpartum, having delivered a healthy baby boy vaginally, following an uncomplicated pregnancy.
Her medical, surgical, and family histories are completely unremarkable, and she is not on any medications. She does not drink or smoke.