Questions tagged [myocardial-infarction]

Questions regarding a myocardial infarction, also known as heart attack.

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On an ECG, do we take the J point to be the baseline or the TP segment?

I'm studying current of injuries and the diastolic current theory is explained as such: The ECG machine is programmed to keep the T-P segment at baseline with everything else on the strip moved up or ...
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How would remote postischemic conditioning be implemented as first aid?

Remote postischemic conditioning (or ischemic postconditioning) has been widely discussed for years. A review from 2014 described promising results from a test of the procedure with a blood pressure ...
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Cardiac events/Myocardial infarction from 1 clinic or 1 large city daily data

Requesting help in finding a DAILY data about cardiac events/myocardial infarction from 1 clinic or 1 large city, i.e. day by day number of events for at least a month. It is very easy to find this ...
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What do these various descriptions mean in a dobutamine stress echocardiogam report?

Evidence of inferior/posterior infarction or hibernation Preserved LVEF Basal posterior segment is akinetic Basal and mid inferior segments are hypokinetic Preserved systolic function No pericardial ...
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Acetaminophen after a heart attack [closed]

My grandmother was prescribed Dolo 325 (acetaminophen or paracetamol) after she had an episode of a silent heart attack. The dose is to be taken twice daily. Can anyone explain how this treatment ...
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What would happen if you administered endothelin during a myocardial infarction?

I have been going through the Rhodes medical physiology and have learned about Endothelin (specifically its role in hyperplasia) and collateral vessels in slowly developed [cardiovascular disease] (...
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Is aggressive treatment needed in inferior wall type of heart attacks

Heart attack or myocardial infarction (MI) is broadly of 2 types: anterior wall and inferior wall, depending on the wall of heart involved. The anterior wall MI is far more dangerous, both in short ...
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