Nursing cheat sheet
A high yield, on-shift resource to help Emergency Department providers spot subtle, high-risk ECG findings including Brugada, WPW, HCM, and ARVD. Use this card as a checklist to methodically ensure you are not missing any electrocardiographic evidence of red-flag conditions.
Pulmonary embolism (PE) occurs when a pulmonary artery becomes blocked—usually by a blood clot that has broken free from its site of origin and embolized or migrated to the lungs. If misdiagnosed, unrecognized, or untreated, PE can cause death quickly—within just an hour. It’s fatal in up to 26% of cases.
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Ode to a Node: Have a heart, and have no fear, The SA node is over here. Beating at a constant rate, 60-100 is really great. The AV node can make a show If SA node has gone too slow. 40-60 is not too bad, If it’s all you’ve got, you will be glad. Should the whole thing drop its speed, His and bundle branches will take the lead. And that, my friend is the whole and part, Of the conduction system of your heart. Pitiful and Corney, to say the least. Taken from the book