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The ECG of Athletes: Normal variations you must know.

The ECG of the athletes can pose a challenge in distinguishing pathological changes from those physiological changes, that...

Cardiogenic Shock: Which Vasopressor to use

In the patient who presents with cariogenic shock, the cath lab and a stent or a CABG is...

Syncope

Syncope is one of those conditions you either love or hate. I certainly have at least five presentations...

Wellen’s Syndrome

Wellen's Syndrome is one of those syndromes that all emergency physicians know about. It's probably also one of...

Spodick’s Sign and Pericarditis

Spodick's Sign appears in Stage I of Pericarditis and is a downsloping of the TP line ie., the...

Which Patients with Pulmonary Embolism should get Thrombolysis?

The diagnosis of pulmonary embolism(PE) is an almost common occurrence in the emergency department. The question of which...

External Pacing

A 65 year old male is brought to the emergency department. He has had a collapse at home....

How Dangerous is Pulmonary Embolism?

How Dangerous is Pulmonary Embolism? The diagnosis and management of pulmonary embolism(PE), like most things in emergency medicine;...

Amiodarone vs Procainamide for Ventricular Tachycardia

The PROCAMIO Study(1) This was a randomised (non-blinded) open labelled study. 62 haemodynamically stable patients with sustained, monomorphic,...