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STEMI under anesthesia

Anxious, pale, diaphoretic 

New onset or change in angina

ST segment elevation

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NSTEMI- Non-STElevation Myocardial Ischemia

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What is Prinzmetal Angina?

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What is cardiac syndrome X?

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Definition of pulmonary hypertension

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Primary Pulmonary Artery Hypertension

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Causes of Secondary Pulmonary Hypertension

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Equation of PVR and calculating PAP

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Calculating cardiac index

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Calculating Pa02

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What can cause a decrease in supply of the heart?

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What can cause increases in demand of the heart?

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How to calculate coronary blood flow?

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What is the J point?

•J-point is the pointwhere the QRS ends and the ST segment begins”

•The point at which the ECG trace becomes more horizontal than vertical

•J-point elevation, ST-segment elevation, and T-wave changes are reported with high frequency in athletes

•When examining the ST segment, focus on elevations or depressions 60 milliseconds after the J-point (since the ST segment can at times be sloping)

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ECG leads corresponding to MI location?

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Anterior MI ECG

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Inferior MI ECG

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Posterior MI ECG

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Inferior-Posterior MI ECG