29 yr old male presents complaining of vomiting, dizziness and felling ‘vague’. Describe and interpret this ECG. LITFL Top 100 ECG
Critical Care Compendium CCC
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A femoral arterial blood gas sample is obtained from a 41 year old man…obtained when the barometric pressure was 272mmHg and the PiO2 47mmHg
A 57 year old man presents to the ED with 18 hours of severe upper abdominal pain, fever, nausea and vomiting. He looks jaundiced, his HR is 120bpm, BP 110/60, RR 22 and his temperature is 37.8oC. He is tender and guarded in his right upper quadrant on abdominal palpation.
97 year old gentleman found unconscious at home. Brought into emergency by ambulance at 10am having last been seen at 8pm the evening before.
Antidotes are agents that counteract the effects of a toxic agent on the body. They do not primarily affect the systemic absorption or removal of toxic agents from the body (i.e. decontamination and enhanced elimination respectively)