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May 2014 archive
Remember: Heart attacks occur in paced rhythm’s! Sgarbossa’s Criteria: Concordant ST elevation > 1mm in leads with a positive QRS complex (score 5) Concordant ST depression > 1 mm in V1-V3 (score 3) Excessively discordant ST elevation > 5 mm in leads with a negative QRS complex (score 2). A total score of ≥ 3 …
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EMory Files Case #4: Poly-Trauma Hx: 40’s yo M presents with auto v. pedestrian PE: VS: Manual BP 80/40, HR 140, B LE Open Deformities, 2+ in all 4, pelvis stable, GCS 7 (2, 2, 3) Poly-Trauma: ***Case Discussion of Polytrauma with Dr. Prest with Emory Trauma Surgery*** https://www.dropbox.com/s/jqqi8m3e1ng6xzd/Prest%20Polytrauma.MP3 Teaching Point #1: Problems with airway …
EMory Files Case #5: Massive PE Hx: 40 yo F hx of Lupus presents with CP SOB PE: VS: BP 90/50, HR 125, RR 30, O2 88%, afebrile. Awake and alert, mild distress improved with nonrebreather. Case Discussion Massive PE: ***Case Discussion Wissam Jaber, Dir. PE Response Team*** https://www.dropbox.com/s/9xv0iqg5f4p9a0e/PE%20Jaber%20Interview.mp3 Teaching Point #1: Negative …
EMory Files Case #6: Beta Blocker Overdose Hx: 70 yo presented with AMS s/p seizure. BS 35 in field PE: VS: HR39, RR 10, 80/40, O2 98% RA. After 2 amps of D50 àBS 130. Mental status: wakes up to follow commands but falls asleep quickly. Beta Blocker Toxicity ***Case Discussion with Dr. Kazzi*** 1) …