The following chest x-ray is from a 45 year old with chest pain. What can be noticed? Continue reading
The following ECG was obtained from a 61 year old man with coronary artery disease and previous coronary stents. Please describe and interpret the ECG and provide your next steps in his management.
ECG of the Week 4th December 2022 – Interpretation
14-year-old girl, COVID day 2, presented with delirium. Her venous blood gases showed the following:
Ph = 7.475
pCO2 = 24 mmHg
PH = 7.28, that is moderate acidaemia.
PCO2 = 73 mmHg. This means we have respiratory acidosis.
The hand x-ray shows: Continue reading
The hand X-ray shows- Continue reading
The following is an ECG of a 70 year old man who was in a tachyarrhythmia about an hour ago at a rate of approximately 160bpm, who failed adenosine 6mg and 12mg, and was subsequently administered 10mmol of MgSO4 and 500microg of loading Digoxin and 5mg IV metoprolol. Please describe the patient’s ECG now.
The hand x-rays are from an adult patient taken post dog bite. What can be seen? Continue reading
An alcoholic person with severe peripheral neuropathy was brought to ED with low GCS. He had multiple vomiting episodes the day before being brought to ED.
His venous blood gases showed the following:
PH = 7.28