@ketaminh pic.twitter.com/QwpIb49Nug — @fatambo (@BerkowitzGary) December 16, 2016 (This maybe satire – correlation with sense of humour recommended)
Here is a pdf of all the slides (parts I and 2). This contains some extra slides which were "hidden" in the presentation.Part 1: Overview and Non-ST Elevation ACS Part 2: ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction via Lecture: Acute Coronary Syndromes, Part (Overview and Non-STE-ACS) and Part 2 (STEMI) — Dr. Smith's ECG Blog
Usually don’t get excited about ECGs like this, but this one is mine…#NoJoke #LifeChanger pic.twitter.com/fSng2k5pxK — rob rogers (@EM_Educator) July 30, 2016 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
Thursday's case, read by 60,000 people, provoked a bit of anguish among readers because they weren't all sure they would recognize this finding of LAD occlusion. Others thought it was obvious. Others thought they would detect it with troponins or serial EKGs (serial EKG was done and did not change; I don't know about serial… via… Continue Reading
Don’t miss the comments at the bottom!I was sent this ECG with the following information:A 37 year old female with no comorbidities, a non-smoker, with no known hyperlipidemia and no family h/o of CAD presented to ED with central chest pain since 5 hours with no radiation, increased by moving her arms and associated with SOB.…… Continue Reading
The ECG is the workhorse of ED syncope work-up. Often, we don’t see any specific findings, but the syncope ECG is a place where sharp analytic skills Source: Medical Concept: ECGs in Syncope
Source: Is this STEMI? No, it is one of the most common reasons for false cath lab activation.
Published on May 16, 2015 “Killer EKGs That Aren’t STEMIs” presented at the IHC EMS Conference in Murray, UT on 15 May 2015. More FOAMEd upcoming from this EMS conference, thanks to Dr Rob Bryant!