37-year-old previously healthy man is brought to the emergency room for dizziness, chest pain and A palpitations. Cardiac chemistry panel is normal. ECG shows a sloping upstroke of the QRS complex.
What is the treatment of choice of this condition?
According to ECG findings, this is a case of Wolf-Parkinson-White syndrome. The treatment of choice of this case is procainamide.
The correct answer is D