Brain Food is a project to drip feed clinical knowledge (in the form of mock SAQs) to satisfy those hungry neurons. Sources are SA/NT Trial Exam 2021.2 and Monash 2022.1. Answers are prone to ageing. Leave a comment if you don't understand or something doesn't seem right...
PS we don't use the mock questions uploaded to ACEMs official mocks
A 55 year old man presents to ED after a resolved episode of chest pain. His EGC is shown.
- Biphasic T waves V2-3
- PE/RV strain
- Raised ICP
- Normal paediatric variant
- Persistent juvenile T wave inversion
- Mx as per ACS; clopidogrel/aspirin or ticagrelor/heparin
- Admit CCU
- Urgent angiogram within 24 hours and reperfusion of presumed critical LAD stenosis, emergent if symptoms develop