Cardiology

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Myocarditis

Myocarditis is simply an inflammation of the heart muscle, that can lead to myocardial cell damage, myocardial dysfunction...

Should We Shock Patients in Asystole?

Should cardiac arrest patients in asystole be shocked? Is there any advantage to this? What do we know about...

Syncope Rules

Patients presenting with syncope to the Emergency Department can pose a significant diagnostic challenge. The two main reasons for...

Diagnosing Ventricular Tachycardia in 5 easy steps

Here is a simple case of potential ventricular tachycardia(VT) How do you manage this? A patient has been...

Pericardiocentesis

How to Perform Pericardiocentesis Pericardiocentesis is used to treat symptomatic pericardial effusions and cardiac tamponade. It was first...

The Unstable Atrial Fibrillation Patient

THE CASE A 75 yo man is brought into your small rural ED after 3 hours of ischemic...

Pulseless Electrical Activity

Pulseless Electrical Activity(PEA) occurs in about 30% of cardiac arrest cases. Given that it's not a shockable rhythm,...

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...