" ...most likely due to cardiogenic shock, no? Yup. So you have a thrombolyzed inferior STEMI in cardiogenic shock with pulmonary oedema (EF... "
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Dobutamine 104 Pitressin 7 Vasopressin 3
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Cardiogenic Shock & Stemi
3.01% of the posts that mention Cardiogenic Shock also mention Stemi (40 posts)
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" ...So you have a thrombolyzed inferior STEMI in cardiogenic shock with pulmonary oedema (EF... "
" Agree as above. Cardiogenic shock = levo as first line. ...and are in pinch. Loved seeing this thread, had a STEMI who waited 20 hrs after onset of pain to... "
" ...say that i have an aversion to trauma and ...chest pain, mis, pe's, sepsis, cardiogenic shock, etc. and i think that ...to being called with \"we have a guy with a STEMI\". in terms of cards,... "
" ...cardiogenic shock in STEMI patients was 8.3%. Treatment with primary PCI decreased cardiogenic shock mortalit... "
" ...STEMI and cardiogenic shock. Select cardiac catheterization and PCI. 2. Select IV fluids to treat right ventricular MI, often associated with an inferior... "
" ...asystole antidotes for various poisioning dobutamine for cardiogenic shock thrombolytics for STEMI heparin for unstable angina iv... "
" Syncope is an odd presentation during STEMI outside of cardiogenic shock or an arrhythmia. The ECG itself does not really ...the closest appropriate facility. No STEMI activation from me on that... "
" ...the cath lab with a STEMI that is crashing and in cardiogenic shock and... "
" STEMI with undetectable blood pressure means cardiogenic shock. The patient has to go ...be better than dopamine in cardiogenic shock, but traditionally when I was ...and dopamine more for... "
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