Diagnostic ECG—The 12-Lead (Clinical Essentials) (Paramedic Care) Part 4
Electrocardiographic Diagnosis of Acute Myocardial Infarction To make an electrocardiographic diagnosis of acute myo-cardial infarction, the Paramedic looks for hyperacute T waves, T wave inversions, ST-segment depressions, and ST-segment elevations as well as Q waves in all leads. When a […]
Overview of Heart Murmurs | almostadoctor
Overview of Murmurs – Click for full size Eponymous signs of aortic regurgitation Name Sign Austin Flint Murmur Mid-diastolic murmur in the absence of mitral stenosis Becker Sign Accentuated Retinal Artery Pulsation Corrigan’s Sign...
Blood thinners - what you need to know - Straight A Nursing
Learn about the different types of blood thinners, why they are used, what labs to monitor and how to tell if your patient is having a deadly complication.