Activate or Wait

LITFL 100+ Pre-hospital Cath Lab Activation quiz

In these ACTIVATE or WAIT scenarios you, the reader, receive a patch message from the incoming paramedic crew, along with a 12 lead ECG.

Your task is to determine if the incoming patient requires immediate Cardiac Cath Lab activation; NO cath lab activation; or… you can sit on the fence and review the patient in the emergency department on arrival.

Search by keywords; disease process; condition; eponym or clinical features…

ECG 007Inferolateral STEMI, Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy,
ECG 006Lateral STEMI, left circumflex artery, LCA, occlusion
ECG 005Anteroseptal STEMI, LAD, left anterior descending, occlusion, OMI
ECG 004Proximal right coronary artery, RCA occlusion, STEMI, inferolateral
ECG 003Inferior STEMI, pericarditis, myocarditis
ECG 002High lateral STEMI, South Africa Flag sign
ECG 001Anterior STEMI, LAD,
ECG 008ST elevation aVR, aortic dissection
ECG 009Anterior STEMI, LAD occlusion, RBBB
ECG 010Inferior STEMI, RV infarction

LITFL Top 100 Self Assessment Quizzes

LITFL Top 100 is a series of rapid fire self assessment questions categorical by discipline. Designed to appeal to a broad range of learners from undergraduate to advanced post graduate, and across a range of health disciplines.

Clinical cases and self assessment to enhance interpretation skills through ECG problems. Preparation for examinations. Refresh basics with the ECG Library Basics; the ECG Exam templateECG Differential diagnosis; or ECG A-Z by diagnosis and Killer ECG patterns