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Archive for January 2015

The HEART Score for sorting Low Risk Chest Pain Patients

The patient with chest pain is the most common presentation to Emergency Departments.  And certainly the low risk chest pain patients seem to take up a large degree of our resources, including time, laboratory testing, and follow up.  In the past, we’ve used scoring systems such as TIMI, PURSUIT and GRACE.  These scoring systems have…

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Thromboembolism in the Post-Partum Period

Patients presenting to the Emergency Department with signs or symptoms which might be indicative of a DVT or  pulmonary embolism in the postpartum period are treated with increased suspicion because there is in fact an increased risk. HOW LONG DOES THIS INCREASED RISK LAST FOR? The postpartum period is defined as 6 weeks following delivery. …

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