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Quiz post: two patients with chest pain. Do either, both, or neither have OMI?

Dr. Smith's ECG Blog

Patient 2 A man in his 50s with history of CAD and prior PCI, diabetes, presented with acute constant chest pain for the past few hours. Triage ECG: It was interpreted as lateral STEMI, and he was sent to the cath lab, where the angiogram showed unchanged CAD from known prior, with no acute culprit. He was discharged home.

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Jennifer McIntyre

FirstNet Authority

In 2002, Jennifer transitioned to the Broomfield Police Department in Colorado where she dispatched and served as an Emergency Medical Coordinator, Communications Training Officer, Public Education Coordinator, and Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD) Project Lead.

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Pinnacle Webinar Series – Tackling Overdoses with Real-Time Data

FirstWatch

During this engaging session, we will explore cutting-edge technology that EMS systems use to tackle this problem in near real-time.

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Elder Male with Syncope

EMS 12-Lead

2. Coronary angiography reveals significant and severe CAD involving all three epicardial vessels. Abnormal gated wall motion of the LV with an ejection fraction of 18%. He was taken to the Cath Lab. RCA Left Main / LAD / LCX Cath dictation 1. Moderate sedation.

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An undergraduate who is an EKG tech sees something. The computer calls it completely normal. How about the physicians?

Dr. Smith's ECG Blog

A 63 year old man with a history of hypertension, hyperlipidemia, prediabetes, and a family history of CAD developed chest pain, shortness of breath, and diaphoresis after consuming a large meal at noon. Edited by Smith He also sent me this great case.

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Keeping Ahead of the Crowd

FirstWatch

With FirstWatch, I get alerted through CAD triggers on my phone as soon as that call comes through. Having instant access to CAD data allows me to do this.” Lay of the Land It’s not just the CAD data the chief appreciates. “I PD continues to innovate, despite staffing challenges Chief Jeffrey Beazizo of the Lake Stevens, Wash.,

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An 80 year old woman with Left Bundle Branch Block (LBBB) and pleuritic chest pain

Dr. Smith's ECG Blog

The patient presented to an outside hospital An 80yo female per triage “patient presents with chest pain, also hurts to breathe” PMH: CAD, s/p stent placement, CHF, atrial fibrillation, pacemaker (placed 1 month earlier), LBBB. This case was sent by Amandeep (Deep) Singh at Highland Hospital, part of Alameda Health System.

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