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A patient with nausea, vomiting and lethargy

(Please note this is a free view of this week's 'own the ecg' blog. Enjoy). A 79 year old...

Seizure, Syncope and Sudden Collapse

https://vimeo.com/220458927 Associate Professor Peter Kas presents Seizure, Syncope and Sudden Collapse. The patient with syncope or presyncope becomes...

Age-Adjusted D-dimer for ruling out pulmonary embolism

We use D-dimer in patients with a low probability of a pulmonary embolism, to rule out the condition...

Non-Sustained Ventricular Tachycardia; What Would You Do?

A 74 year old man who has presented with seizure-like activity. He was not post ictal. Following this he...

VT vs SVT with Aberrancy

The following ECG was sent to me recently. It's a great case and a situation that we can...

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...
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