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Pericarditis

CASE A 32 yo patient presents with a one week history of chest pain. The…
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Pulmonary EmbolismBlogCardiologyRespiratory

Pulmonary Embolism

CASE A 64 yo patient is referred to the emergency department(ED) with a persistent tachycardia.…
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Can the ECG help us differentiate PE from ACS?BlogCardiologyECG Of The WeekUncategorized

Can the ECG help us differentiate PE from ACS?

Pulmonary embolism(PE) and Acute Coronary Syndrome(ACS) causing ischaemia can sometimes be difficult to clinically differentiate.…
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Acute Aortic SyndromeBlogCardiology

Acute Aortic Syndrome

Here is a lecture from the very talented and entertaining Prof Joe Nameth, who spoke…
Depolarisation
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Early Depolarisation and Sudden Cardiac DeathBlogCardiology

Early Depolarisation and Sudden Cardiac Death

A 28 yo patient presents to the emergency department following a syncopal episode. The patient…
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52 yo with chest pain an hypotensionBlogCardiac ResuscitationCardiologyCardiovascular

52 yo with chest pain an hypotension

INTERESTING CASE WITH A TWIST. Read the case or watch the video.   https://youtu.be/bj5-STj8Pok 52…
Epicardial Fat Necrosis
Epicardial Fat Necrosis
Epicardial Fat NecrosisBlogCardiology

Epicardial Fat Necrosis

Epicardial fat necrosis is a rare, benign, self limiting condition that can mimic more serious…
Atrial Fibrillation
Atrial Fibrillation
Atrial Fibrillation in the Emergency DepartmentBlogCardiology

Atrial Fibrillation in the Emergency Department

Here are two cases of patients with Atrial Fibrillation. Would you treat them in the…

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Inotropes and Vasopressors in Shock: Which one would you use?

 How do we choose the right pressor in shock? Below is a brief discussion…
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STEMI Equivalents Update

What is a ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) Equivalent? These ECG criteria identify patients who…
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This Child Would Not Stop Seizing: Status Epilepticus

The CASE A 7 yo child is brought in by ambulance after having tonic clonic…
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Is this VT or SVT?

The CASE A 45 yo male is brought in by ambulance. They have been called…