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51 year old female CC: Near Syncopal Episode – Conclusion

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This is the conclusion to a 51 year old female CC: Near Syncopal Episode. If you haven't read the first part we highly recommend it! When we left off, our crew was attending to a 51 year old female who had almost passed out in a stadium tunnel during a college football game. We received […]

62 year old male: Chest Discomfort – Conclusion

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This is the conclusion to our three part case series, 62 year old male: Chest Discomfort. Before reading the conclusion, we suggest you check out Part I and Part II. Thanks again to Vince DiGiulio, EMT-CC for this wonderful case! When we last left off, our patient had experienced a resolution of his chest pain […]

58 year old female CC: Chest pain – Conclusion

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This is the conclusion to 58 year old female CC: Chest pain. Let's take another look at the 12-lead ECG. Remember, ST-elevation needs to be explained, and if the etiology involves myocardial infarction, urgent time-sensitive decisions need to be made. In this case, we have ST-elevation in leads V1-V5, which suggests the possibility of acute […]

71 year old male CC: Chest pain – Conclusion

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This is the conclusion to 71 year old male CC: Chest pain. Thanks for all the great comments! Let’s take another look at the 12-lead ECG. This 12-lead ECG shows acute anterior ST-elevation myocardial infarction. Significant ST-elevation is present in leads V2-V5, I and aVL with reciprocal ST-depression in leads III and aVF. A “STEMI […]

Found on the Lifenet Receiving Station

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Here’s an interesting set of ECGs I found on the Lifenet Receiving Station. They were transmitted to the emergency department by a neighboring EMS system. I have no details of the history or clinical presentation. ECG #1 ECG #2 What do you think?

76 yom CC: Shortness of breath while walking

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Here is the story. Patient is a 76 year old male. No known medical history, no meds, excellent physical condition, walks every day. Two days prior the patient experienced some shortness of breath while walking, but the sensation went away with rest. Approximately 30 minutes prior to EMS arrival, patient walked outside to get the […]

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