Acute Coronary Syndrome; an Evolution to our Approach (OMI/NOMI)
Our current paradigm (STEMI/NSTEMI) is failing us and our patients. This is a broad overview and discussion on why the current STEMI/NSTEMI paradigm is no longer fit for purpose. Although ST elevation is a vitally important ECG change to recognise, over-emphasis on this morphology risks missing many acute coronary occlusions, as we will see here.…
Narrow Complex Tachycardias
What do you do when you get handed an ECG with a rapid, narrow complex morphology? How do you interpret the aetiology, and how to manage it? We cover electrophysiology, recognition, and management of the main narrow complex tachycardias that you may encounter, including pSVT, AF, A flutter, and more.
The Acute and Painful Abdomen
This is a two-part video series outlining a framework and approach to dealing with the acute and painful abdomen in an atraumatic context. Part I covers some anatomy and physiology that explains why abdominal pain can be so hard to diagnose, and examination history pearls, and the ups and downs of investigations and why they…