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Hypertensive Emergencies and how to treat them

Hypertensive emergencies are defined as sudden and prolonged increases in the arterial blood pressure, with associated organ damage....

The U wave and the ECG: Don’t miss this

The U wave is an often ignored deflection on the ECG. It is usually < 1mm, upright and...

Is there anything New in Cardiac Failure?

In this video, A/Prof Kas looks at the new guidelines on heart failure and really shows that...

Upright T wave in V1

A 65 year old woman presents with a 20 minute episode of chest pain. Her ECG is shown...

Syncope in Children

Syncope is not uncommon, occurring in up to 25% of children. Most causes are benign, however we need...

Using Adrenaline the right way in Cardiac Resuscitation

ADRENALINE AND CARDIAC RESUSCITATION How much to use, when to use it and when not to use it....

Paediatric Heart Conditions You MUST KNOW

Congenital heart conditions present at birth, but can also present within the first month of life. We look...

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...