84 year-old woman from home with central chest pain following a fall. Background of hypertension and dyslipidaemia. ETA 20 minutes to your tertiary centre.
62 year-old woman with two hours of central crushing chest pain. Smoker, hypertension. ETA 30 minutes.
45 year-old man with two hours of central chest pain. Smoker, significant family history of IHD. ETA 20 minutes.
86 year-old woman with two hours of dull chest pain and dizziness. Ex-smoker with hypertension and dyslipidaemia. ETA 20 minutes.
58 year-old man with one week of pleuritic chest pain and SOB. Background of previous pericarditis. ETA 30 minutes.
81-year-old female with three hours of central, crushing chest pain. Background of hypertension, heavy smoker.
46-year-old male with one hour of central crushing chest pain. Background of hypertension, morbidly obese and a heavy smoker.
The monitor alarms "extreme ventricular tachycardia". There are three features on this rhythm strip that suggest artefact -- can you spot them?
A woman in her 60s with a broad complex tachycardia. There are two ECG features that suggest an accessory pathway, can you spot them?
A single agent overdose causing AV blockade, QRS widening, and QT prolongation.... but reports of death only if QRS > 200ms. Which medication is this?
Crushing chest pain and diaphoresis. New inferior Q waves and T-wave inversion, yet this is a normal ECG. Can you explain why?
Chest pain, shock and ST elevation in aVR. The LAST place this patient needs to be is in the cath lab