Tag Archives: STEMI

Pediatric Syncope

Hx: A young teenager presents with syncope. Parents note he had 2 episodes today without any preceding problems but the patient notes some mild lightheadedness prior to both episodes. He denies any other symptoms and has no complaints now. No pain. Medical history is positive only for mild reactive airway disease. Parents note a family history of hypercoagulability involving only

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STEMI by CT?

Hx: A male in his 60’s presents to a small ED with nausea and vomiting for 24 hours. He denies any fever, abdominal pain, or diarrhea. There has been no blood in the emesis. However, symptoms have persisted for 24 hours. He also denies any history of similar episodes. PMHx: Hypertension SocHx: occasional alcohol, no tobacco or drugs Exam: Vitals:

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