May 16, 2017
This episode covers Chapter 78 of Rosen's Emergency Medicine.
Acute Coronary Syndromes... its a gooder.
Acute Coronary Syndromes Part A (Monday)
- Define Stable Angina, UA, AMI
- Describe the pathophysiology of AMI
- What are the components of prehospital management of AMI
- List population RFs for CAD.
- Do they matter in the evaluation of a specific patient?
- List RFs for atypical presentation of ACS. What are the risks
of atypical presentations?
- List 8 early complications of AMI and briefly describe the
management of each one.
- Describe the progression of ECG changes in STEMI
- List expected ECG changes (ST↑ and reciprocal ST↓) and culprit
vessel for the following:
- Anterior wall MI
- Lateral wall MI
- Inferior wall MI
- RV wall MI
- Posterior wall MI
- Describe the ECG characteristics of Left Main Occlusion
- What is Wellens’ sign and what is it’s significance
- List 10 DDx for ST-elevation
- Describe the ECG features of
- Benign early repolarization
- Ventricular-paced rhythm
- LVH / Strain-pattern
- LV aneurysm
What are the STEMI equivalents? Know these patterns!!!