Utility of observation units for young emergency department chest pain patients.
Angioplasty, Balloon, Coronary
Coronary Artery Bypass
Emergency Service, Hospital
Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Cine
Tomography, X-Ray Computed
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Validation of the modified Sgarbossa criteria for acute coronary occlusion in the setting of left bundle branch block: A retrospective case-control study. Meyers, H Pendell; Limkakeng, Alexander T; Jaffa, Elias J; Patel, Anjni; Theiling, B Jason; Rezaie, Salim R; Stewart, Todd; ... (10 authors) (American heart journal, 2015-12)The modified Sgarbossa criteria were proposed in a derivation study to be superior to the original criteria for diagnosing acute coronary occlusion (ACO) in left bundle branch block (LBBB). The new rule replaces the third ...
Fanaroff, Alexander C; Schulteis, Ryan D; Pieper, Karen S; Rao, Sunil V; Newby, L Kristin (J Am Heart Assoc, 2015-12-14)BACKGROUND: It is unclear whether diagnostic protocols based on cardiac markers to identify low-risk chest pain patients suitable for early release from the emergency department can be applied to patients older than 65 years ...
Relationship Between Cancer and Cardiovascular Outcomes Following Percutaneous Coronary Intervention. Hess, Connie N; Roe, Matthew T; Clare, Robert M; Chiswell, Karen; Kelly, Joseph; Tcheng, James E; Hagstrom, Emil; ... (13 authors) (J Am Heart Assoc, 2015-07-06)BACKGROUND: Cardiovascular disease and cancer increasingly coexist, yet relationships between cancer and long-term cardiovascular outcomes post-percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) are not well studied. METHODS AND RESULTS: ...