Jun 1, 2017
This episode covers chapter 82 of Rosen's Emergency Medicine.
Take a listen for all those juicy pericardial-pump-pearls!
eight causes of pericarditis.
- Describe typical pain of pericarditis, expected
lab work abnormalities,
is the typical sequence of ECG changes in pts with pericarditis?
- Describe the treatment of pericarditis
associated with: Uremia, Neoplasm, and SLE
- Outline the management of Dressler's
is the pathophysiology of cardiac tamponade? Describe the mechanism
of hypotension in pericardial tamponade and list 4 expected
findings on physical examination.
- Describe the procedural steps in
4 causes of pneumopericardium and one specific PEX
five causes of constrictive pericarditis.
is the pathophysiology of purulent pericarditis? List 5
organisms responsible for infectious pericarditis? How is it
- Describe the pathophysiology of hypertrophic
- Describe the clinical exam and ECG findings
associated with HCM
5 RFs for sudden death in HCM
- A pt
with known hypertrophic cardiomyopathy presents to the ED with
acute cardiogenic pulmonary edema causing mild hypoxia. What
is the general approach to management in the ED? Explain your
four causes of dilated cardiomyopathy.
- Describe ECG findings of dilated
5 RFs for developing a dilated cardiomyopathy
what time frame would one expect peripartum DCM?
5 causes of restrictive cardiomyopathy
8 common pathogens responsible for myocarditis, and 3
non-infectious causes of myocarditis
- Describe the stages of viral myocarditis and
the management at each stage
are some functions of the pericardium?
are Chagas Disease and Trichinosis, list bizz-buzz features for
are the expected cardiac findings in Lyme disease and how is it
does sarcoid affect the heart?