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Phase 2 ACS

Acute Coronary Syndrome

If ST elevation in inferior leads II,III, AVF obtain ? V4R
If ST depression in early V leads V1-V3 obtain ? V7-V9
Triage EKG into one of the three following ... NON diagnostic -No ST abnormalities Suspicious for ischemia - ST depressionin 2 or more continious leads Suspicious for injury - ST elevation in 2 or more continious leads
Withhold ASA if Pt. self admin. 324 mg or more in last .. 8 hours
______ may be given IM in absence of IV for nausea Zofran
Currently AHA recognizes __ mm of elevation in 2 continious leads as a STEMI . Depression of __ mm is significant for ischemia 1 ; 1/2
Differential Diagnosis ( 13) Trauma Vs. Medical,Angina vs.Mycardial Infarction, Percarditis, Pulmonary Embolism, Asthma/COPD, Pneumothorax,Aortic dissectionor Aneurysm, GE reflux or Hiatal hernia, Esophageal spasm, Chest wall injury or pain, Pleural pain, Overdose,Anginal Eqivalents
Created by: patrickbilly91