If you think you are an expert in “ECG diagnosis” of acute coronary syndrome : Please read this !
Posted May 25 2010 9:51am
Once in a while the ACC/AHA comes with knock out articles. Here is a must read topic for every cardiologist.
How to diagnose MI in ECG ? Sounds , insulting ?
After reading this you should change the way 12 lead ECG is looked at . . .
Experts from the article
How to make the best of lead AVR ? Just invert it and you get a + 30 degree lead which was hither to unavailable .A new window of opportunity to diagnose antero lateral MI .
Shuffling the 12 leads to a have an anatomically contiguous ECG
Know , how to label STEMI with a .5mm ST elevation (Minimal STEMI ?)
And lot more exciting tips !
If you think , all these are new stuff in cardiology you are grossly mistaken .These concepts are more than 10 years old (In Sweden it is 25 years old ! )
When European heart journal published the article “Myocardial Infarction redefined ” in year 2000 many missed out the importance . For those who missed it (just 10 short years have gone by ) , Let us update ourself at least in 2010 !