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EKG interpretation checklists– 1
Here are the EKG Club's recommended steps for interpreting cardiac rhythms and 12-lead EKGs
What are your recommendations for geriatric patient with abnormal EKG?–
Patient with history of CABG has tachyarrhythmia and elevated troponin and wants to leave the hospital against medical advice
EKG case: Elderly male with persistent tachycardia–
What's your assessment and care for a patient who has tachyarrhythmia, an abnormal EKG and elevated troponin?
How a 12-Lead EKG can narrow reduced LOC diagnosis–
Use the AEIOU TIPS mnemonic, along with 12-lead EKG interpretation, to identify possible causes of reduced level of consciousness
EKG case: Patient with reduced consciousness, neck rigidity–
What's your assessment and care for a patient who had a headache the night before and now has a GCS of 9?
How to treat complete heart block with transcutaneous pacing–
Patient with a 3rd degree AV block needs rapid assessment and treatment to prevent deterioration in her clinical status
EKG case: Geriatric patient with bradycardia is 'feeling fine'–
What's your assessment and care for a patient who has a heart rate in 30s and needs a ride to her cardiologist's office?
How to use 12-lead EKG, scene size-up to assess tricyclic antidepressant overdose–
A combination of history findings, scene clues and EKG interpretation skills help paramedics quickly identify a TCA overdose
EKG case: Over-the-counter, prescription medication overdose–
What's your assessment and care for a suicidal patient who has ingested a mix of alcohol and medications?
How to use 12-lead EKG, patient history to recognize hyperkalemia–
This case illustrates the EKG changes from hyperkalemia secondary to missing dialysis
EKG case: Acutely-ill patient has missed dialysis–
What's your assessment and care for a patient with history of renal insufficiency and who is not feeling well?
What are the 12-lead EKG findings for accelerated idioventricular rhythm?–
This case explains the expected 12-lead EKG findings after successful STEMI treatment and reperfusion
EKG case: Why did a patient's cardiac rhythm change during transport?–
What's your assessment and care for a patient who had evidence of a STEMI, but is now pain free?
Why a 12-lead EKG, history are needed to diagnose patient's complaint–
A differential diagnosis for a patient with two weeks of chest pain casts a wide net for all possible causes
EKG case: Why is a two-week chest pain complaint now an emergency?–
What's your assessment and care for a patient who has had two weeks of persistent chest pain?
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