Cardiovascular

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Pulmonary embolism

Pulmonary embolism(PE) is not that common. It appears with a frequency of less than one third that of...

Aortic dissection

A 70 plus year old non-English speaking gentleman presented to the emergency department with chest pain. He was...

Inferior infarct: what else to look for

In this video, Dr Sam Bendall presents one of many cases at our ECG workshop. This is now...

How not to miss an AMI

This is an excerpt from a lecture in the ‘Cardiac Notes’ by Assoc Professor Kas, to be presented...

ECG in 20 seconds

One of the unfortunate consequences of busier ED’s is we do more of everything. Every shift, most of...

How to put someone into ventricular tachycardia

Picture this scene. You walk into an acute cubicle. “What’s going on here?”“This 19 year old has come in...

Sinus tachycardia or is it flutter?

CASE A 39 year old woman presents to the Emergency Department with palpitations. She has seen her local...

Electrical injury – who needs to be monitored?

Electrical injury, although not a common occurence can present with significant injury. Often the extent of the injury...

Ventricular tachycardia and methadone

A 42 year old male with a past history of IVDU and alcohol abuse and brain injury, presents...