Results for: cardiology cases

Cardiology Case 05: Detective work

  It’s been a while since we shared a cardiology case but here’s a cracker for you. As usual, see our Caveats and Cautions. While these cases are based on our genuine experiences (often pooling several

Cardiology Case 04: An unusual ECG

Here we go with another Cardiology Case at St. Emlyn’s.  If you haven’t already, check out the other cases in this series: Cardiology case 01 Cardiology case 02: ST depression, no rush? Cardiology case 03: Are

Cardiology Case 03: Are you missing the STEMI? St. Emlyn’s

It’s been a while since we had a Cardiology case at St. Emlyn’s.  If you haven’t already seen Cardiology cases 1 and 2, make sure you take a look. Check out our disclaimer too.  We

Cardiology Case 02: ST depression, no rush? St.Emlyn’s

I can’t believe how time flies.  It’s over a month since Cardiology Case 01 and it’s gone by in the blinking of an eye.  This month’s case is inspired by a discussion we had at

Cardiology Case 01

Here we go with what I hope will become a regular feature of the St. Emlyn’s blog – a cardiology case of the month.  This is something I’ve been running for short while in my

Preventing mid-life spontaneity becoming a crisis – SCAD as a serious cause of chest pain. St Emlyn’s

It’s the call that no healthcare professional wants to get… “Hi Mate. Sorry to bother you, it’s just Lucy has got some chest pain and doesn’t look great. Do you think I should take her

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Chapter 1 – The Applied Knowledge Test (MCQ/SBA)

Overview of the AKT/MCQ The Applied Knowedge Test will be centrally set for all UK medical schools with a common format, test standard, delivery process and policy framework. It seems highly likely that these will

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Chapter 1 – The FRCEM Single Best Answer (SBA)

Overview of the SBA We are officially out with the old; the SAQ, and in with the new! The first sitting of the SBA is due to take place on the 28th September 2021. Anything

VTE and COVID-19: Would you like to know more?

That’s a leading question. Of course you would.  Who wouldn’t want to know more about a disease that has killed >1 million people to date, worldwide. Who wouldn’t want to know more about the thromboembolic risk associated