A 35-year-old man presented to ED with a history of palpitation for last one hour, he is pale, sweaty, and feeling dizzy.
His initial vitals are-
BP- 80/50, Sats- 98% RA, GCS 15
- Interpret the ECG.
- Describe your management of the patient.
Following is an ECG of a 63 years of age man complaining of a 45 minute duration of a chest discomfort. You find him in mild discomfort and apart for being mildly hypertensive all his other observation are within normal limits. How would you describe the ECG and what would you do after assessing the patient and why?
You are shown an ECG of a 25 years of age Chinese female at 0200 hours on a saturday morning complaining of chest discomfort . Due to the department being busy a nurse has done her blood test prior and it was found that she had an elevated Troponin of 600 (N <13 for females). Interpret and what would you do?
52 years of age man with 2 weeks history of progressive shortness of breath, productive mucoid sputum production without chest pain.