Archive for category: STEMI (inferior)

Is This an Inferior STEMI or Pericarditis?

30 Nov
November 30, 2015

Background: As emergency providers we must be smarter than our ECG machines. Many times subtle findings on ECGs are not read by the machine, but we must be the experts at making the distinction between findings that require emergent treatment versus more benign etiologies. One specific set of diagnoses that can be very difficult to […]

R.E.B.E.L. ECG of the Week #2

11 Nov
November 11, 2013

58 year old female with chief complaint of chest pain x2hours with PMH of type 2 diabetes mellitus, Hyperlipidemia, and hypertension.    She is brought in via EMS still having active chest pain. BP: 102/88  HR: 82  RR: 24  O2 Sat on 2L: 99%  Temp 99.0 ECG obtained at arrival is shown…

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