By Mun K. Hong, Eyal Herzog
Edited through top cardiologists from St. Luke’s-Roosevelt sanatorium middle in long island, this publication deals functional algorithms for acquiring fast, actual diagnoses and delivering optimum therapy for sufferers with acute coronary syndrome (ACS). You’ll become aware of the professionals and cons and all of the concerns that pass into picking the best interventional and non-invasive thoughts for treating diverse ACS stipulations.
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Panjrath et al. 3. ECG findings suggestive of myocardial injury. 2 mV) with symptoms Fixed Q waves Abnormal ST-segments or T waves not documented to be new T-wave flattening or inversion in leads with dominant R waves Sustained ventricular tachycardia chest pain . Unfortunately, 55% of initial ECGs may be nondiagnostic. Current American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association (ACC/ AHA) guidelines recommend serial ECGs at 5- to 10-minute intervals or continuous 12-lead ST-segment monitoring in patients with nondiagnostic initial ECG in presence of ongoing symptoms and high clinical suspicion for ACS [3, 5].
Acute Coronary Syndrome: Multidisciplinary and Pathway-Based Approach by Mun K. Hong, Eyal Herzog