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LearntheHeart.com Oct 20
Hyperacute T waves are the first change during before the ST segments elevate.
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Gianluca Campo Oct 20
which is the best tool to stratify non-culprit lesions of patients, during primary ?
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David L. Fischman Oct 16
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Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology Oct 19
The inhibitor reduces events in patients with a history of acute coronary syndrome, but is it safe and effective if given at the time of MI?
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Shon Chakrabarti MD MPH Oct 17
goes 🌎! Shifting paradigms in STEMI care = engaging our best and brightest colleagues internationally What an honor it is to be a small part of this journey 🙏🏽 4 countries/4 days, + a farewell sunrise 🌄 over the Swiss Alps
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Felipe Díez del Hoyo Oct 13
Honestly very proud&happy to share the final version of the review ➡️ non-culprit arterias in in Trends
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LearntheHeart.com Oct 18
Acute left main coronary occlusion + cardiogenic shock Classic shows ST elevation in aVR > V1
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CircInterventions Oct 16
is over so it’s time to get back to the journal. This month read about , and , Optimizing technique, Thrombolysis vs PCI in , Procedural bleeding in and more in
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EMS World Fans Oct 15
Getting the truth out about and other abnormal rhythms on the . at Cardiology Master Class preconference.
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Daniel Ambinder, MD Oct 17
Excellent discussion and thread, diffuse ischemic pattern♨️ vs posterior 🚨 Much thanks ‼️
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IllinoisACC Oct 14
Should we do complete revascularization during STEMI or culprit only? The COMPLETE trial provides guidance. Synopsis:
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A Halpern Oct 20
Replying to @WhitbreadsECG
Needs a little
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LearntheHeart.com Oct 18
Contraindications to thrombolytic therapy (tPA) important to know
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BSWHealth.MED Oct 18
Does the cardiac electrical biomarker increase the specificity for the diagnosis of ST-elevation myocardial infarction ?
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Jodi Jackson Oct 13
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Janek Senaratne Oct 18
Fantastic work! It’s just amazing the outcomes achievable with a pharmacoinvasive approach and gives further strength to the notion that a dual reperfusion strategy is absolutely required in the real world to get the best outcomes for our STEMI patients.
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Tania Ahuja 22h
➡️ in ➡️upstream ⬇️ bailout thrombectomy, & but 🚫difference in 💀, , @ 1yr 💔note, no placebo-controlled trials of in & if use for PCI, may not apply⤵️
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CJC Oct 17
In this analysis of patients who underwent primary percutaneous coronary intervention published in CJC, was associated with improved outcomes compared with and .
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AUT Paramedicine Oct 16
Fibrinolysis for STEMI in NZ 🇳🇿 - Dr Tony Scott
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Cardiovascular Biz Oct 15
are underrepresented in trials, the authors wrote.
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