The ECG below has been taken from an 89 year old gentleman who has just transferred from the SJA stretcher to an ED bed. He has a history of prostate cancer, IHD and Aortic Stenosis and had an episode of central chest pain with an associated collapse but is now pain free.
The following ECG is from a 46-year-old man who has been brought by ambulance with chest pain and dyspnoea.
The following ECG is taken from a 19 year old male who presented with shortness of breath and chest pain in the context of a current URTI.
The following ECG is from a 65 year old man who has been sent by his GP with 2 hours of chest discomfort and presyncope.
A 22 year old man with central chest pain, tachycardia and tachypnoea
his blood test shows: Continue reading
A 22 year old man presents to your ED with 5 hours of central and left sided chest pain, radiating to his left arm.
O2 Sats 100% RA Continue reading
A 70 year old man presents with chest tightness, vomiting and increasing confusion. Vitals: BP 100/70, PR 110/min
His blood tests show: Continue reading
A 31 year old man with vomiting and chest pain presents to your ED.
His blood results show: Continue reading
A 56 year old female presents with shortness of breath and chest pain for 4 days.
RR 28/ min
Her arterial blood gas on 4 litres Oxygen: Continue reading