Thoracic Aortic Dissection: 5 things to make the diagnosis

CASE A 70 year old man, is brought to the Emergency Department by ambulance. He was drinking a coffee with friends and developed sudden severe chest pain. His past medical history is coronary artery disease and hypertension. He became hypotensive in the ambulance and was in some distress. He has had a bolus of fluid…

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The ECG’s of Syncope

I’m not sure about you, but I seem to be seeing more patients with syncope than ever before. This year at EMCORE, I spent over an hour going into the ECG’s of syncope. Syncope is difficult because it is a symptom, not a condition and it’s up to us to find the cause. My approach…

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