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    ECG Analysis and Patient Management

    I have this OCD systematic approach to everything I normally write up a few pages of epidemiology/ aetiology/ pathophysiology then management of condition and move onto the next haha
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    ECG Analysis and Patient Management

    Theres lots of information on long term management... Found some info saying IV heparin and Warfarin to prevent thromboembolism and then transport
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    ECG Analysis and Patient Management

    Trying to find management guidelines the links for management in https://lifeinthefastlane.com/ecg-library/atrial-fibrillation/ touch on self management and mangement of risk factors. Im only a first year student so im trying to get a basic view, like give this to manage this and this to manage...
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    ECG Analysis and Patient Management

    Thank you for the link!!
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    ECG Analysis and Patient Management

    From his meds i know he has heart issues and Digoxin is used to control atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter. And from lookin at arial fibrillation examples of ECG tracings they look similar to this one.
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    ECG Analysis and Patient Management

    Im looking for a good online source to learn from the book we have been given is really limited.
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    ECG Analysis and Patient Management

    Ok so P wave is the first short upward movement of the ECG and it indicates that the atria are contracting The QRS complex is next normally beginning with a downward bit with the first Q is going upwards and a peak which is the R then a downwards S wave. The QRS complex is the ventricles...
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    ECG Analysis and Patient Management

    Sorry just provided the link is that working?
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    ECG Analysis and Patient Management

    Call to: 76 yr old male lying in bed. Pt feeling heart is jumping out of his chest and describes his heart feels like it is all over the place. No current chest pain but states something isnt right and every now and then he cant catch his breath. Denies nausea and has no other pain. PMHx...
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    52yr old with appendicitis? feels wrong help

    Fluids, ondansetron, Fentanyl, immediate transport. Then i mentioned ceftriaxone if i had more information in relation to an infection. Just mentioned that she had the body temperature above 38.3C, heart rate higher than 90 and respiratory rate higher then 20 so shes matches the requirements...
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    52yr old with appendicitis? feels wrong help

    From the information im given though i have no suspicion of infection, no burning on urination and lots of abdo issues? Pretty much written my whole paper on acute appendicitis and mentioned sepsis but now you guys got me worried.
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    52yr old with appendicitis? feels wrong help

    ruptured appendix progressed to sepsis?
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    52yr old with appendicitis? feels wrong help

    haha they can just doesnt feel right
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    52yr old with appendicitis? feels wrong help

    Call to: 52 year old female Emma Smith. On arrival patient is lying in bed on her side with knees pulled up. Pain described as gradual onset of generalised abdominal pain over last 24 hours increasing in severity. Patient has been vomiting intermittently, has not eaten and cannot tolerate...

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