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AliveCor's iCard ECG for iPhone 3G, iPad and Android

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You may recall my previous reporting on the incredible iPhonECG (subsequently re-named the iPhone ECG) which caused quite a stir in the medical and gadget blogosphere. It's the third-most visited page in the history of the EMS 12-Lead blog (behind the lead placement charts and the notice that the 572 pound spokesman for the Heart […]

iPhonECG turns the iPhone 4 into a cardiac event monitor

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Here's an awesome new invention by Seattle-based AliveCor. The iPhonECG turns the iPhone 4 into a wireless, clinical quality cardiac event monitor! This is an invention that I have been waiting for! The special case and app will retail for under $100.00 U.S.D. and makes its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las […]

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Seth
Conclusion to 59 Year Old Male: Unwell
This was an AWESOME 12 lead. It was a large discussion point for many of my colleagues and I. I look forward to seeing the final conclusion of treatment later on next week. Thanks again for sharing.
2015-07-04 15:19:00
Conclusion to 59 Year Old Male: Unwell | EMS 12 Lead
Conclusion to Snapshot Case: 85yo M – Chest Pain
[…] 3. Uncertain irregular rhythm with RBBB, LAFB, and massive STEMI. ECG reproduced from this case on our […]
2015-07-04 09:23:28
Conclusion to 59 Year Old Male: Unwell | EMS 12 Lead
The 360 Degree Heart – Part II
[…] ST-depression in lead III. For an example with much more subtle ST-deviations check out this case: The 360 Degree Heart – Part II. Since the “high-lateral” territory is poorly covered by the 12-lead ECG, III and aVL […]
2015-07-04 09:10:43
Conclusion to 59 Year Old Male: Unwell | EMS 12 Lead
59 Year Old Male: Unwell
[…] is the conclusion to our latest case, 59 Year Old Male: Unwell. I suggest starting there and reviewing the scenario before diving into this […]
2015-07-04 09:10:24
Jared
59 Year Old Male: Unwell
Field Dx: Uncompensated cardiogenic shock. Tachycardia caused by compensation mechanism. Probable cause: Complete heart block due to the global nature of the changes. Tx: O2 @ 15 lpm NRB and possibly CPAP if pressure rises enough, 324 ASA, amio drip, possible norepi, and diesel. Put pads on in case he tanks. Definitive Tx: Needs cathed.
2015-07-02 17:46:57

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