Tag Archives: Pardee’s sign

ST segment morphology

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In a previous post, we discussed the problem of ST segment elevation. Because acute myocardial infarction (STEMI) is not the most common cause of ST segment elevation in chest pain patients, we need to consider other factors like reciprocal changes to shore up the diagnosis. It’s also a good idea to be well versed in […]

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Alex
100 yof CC: Rib pain and intermittent spasms
>>Too perfectly lined up with the T-waves, while the isoelectric line is relatively stable, to be strictly movement artifact. Can these spasms be sync-d with (or caused by) mechanical movement of the heart walls?
2014-11-25 23:20:19
Erich
What it Looks Like: Cardiac Arrest
Fantastic post, must see stuff for junior paramedics, medical students, residents and nurses that could potentially see cardiac arrest on a regular basis.
2014-11-25 16:22:28
LITFL Review 156
83 Year Old Male: Shortness of Breath
[…] ischaemia? Check out this case from the EMS 12 Lead blog. For more effective learning, read the original case first. […]
2014-11-25 09:09:03
ECG Axis Interpretation
The 360 Degree Heart – Part I
[…] http://www.ems12lead.com/2014/09/11/the-360-degree-heart-part-i/ […]
2014-11-25 09:01:37
LITFL Review 152 - LITFL
The 360 Degree Heart – Part I
[…] you understand axis as well as you’d like? The EMS 12-Lead blog gives us the first in a new series on understanding axis on the ECG. […]
2014-11-25 08:55:15

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