A 65-year old man is brought to the ED for hallucinations and you see the following on physical exam of his abdomen. What's the diagnosis?Read more
A 45 you female presents complaining of abdominal painRead more
A high yield summary of this weeks postsRead more
For the final week of our cardiology module, Dr. Lisa Filippone presented a great case. A 24 y.o. male playing basketball developed palpitations, lightheadedness, dizziness and almost 'passed out'. On arrival to the ED the patient looked well and had no complaints except for palpitations: HR 190, BP 130/70. Lungs were clear, heart without an audible murmur and neuro exam was unremarkable. ECG shown is shown. What is the diagnosis and treatment?Read more
Submitted by Lisa Filippone M.D.
A 71 year old male presents with a chief complaint of dyspnea on exertion.Read more
A patient presents in ventricular tachycardia with a blood pressure of 90 systolic. He is diaphoretic and complaining of chest pain. You decide to attempt electrical cardioversion and it fails. You attempts again....and again....and again....without success. You realize this is no ordinary VT...this is electrical storm. Read on for pearls on how to deal with this frightening and deadly condition.Read more
Submitted by Richard Byrne, MD